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the Chimes 



One Hundredth Anniversary Edition 

1855-1955 



BEREA COLLEGE 



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Contents 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE ... 4 

HISTORY 6 

FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION ... 14 

SENIORS . 23 

JUNIORS 5 1 

SOPHOMORES 57 

FRESHMEN 63 

NURSES 70 

FOUNDATION SCHOOL 75 

ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES 89 

SPORTS 1 1 1 

ADVERTISING 1 17 

INDEX 1 5 1 



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378.7691 B487c 1955 

fereaCoBeoeColteflatectept. Senior 
Chimes 



Dedication 



Berea is the friendliest place. Here everyone 
belongs. It makes no difference whether that 
person is a stranger or a time worn faculty 
member, whether the clothes he wears be those 
of a bank president or a day laborer, before 
he has been on the campus five minutes, people 
speak to him. 

Those people are you, the students and faculty 
of Berea, and it is you who make this place 
known to all who come here as a place where 
people like each other. A part of the atmos- 
phere is different than it was thirty years 
ago but that is only because the school is 
growing. New buildings, more people, and 
closer schedules have stepped up the tempo 
here, but there is always time for a chat and 
a cheery hello. 

It is you who have made it that way, and it is 
you who can keep it that way, so it is to you 
the people who are connected with Berea College, 
the students, faculty, the alumni and the students 
of the future that this 1955 CHIMES is dedicated. 




THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 



It is a great pleasure to write a greeting to all readers of the 
Chimes for 1955, the Centennial Year of Berea College. 

Since the beginning of the College there have been enrolled 
46,543 separate individuals. Students on the campus today and those 
who will follow are the inheritors of a very great college tradition. 

We are proud of our hundred years' accomplishments, and yet 
the years that are important to us are the years ahead. The test of a 
college is found in the quality of the lives of its students and grad- 
uates. I am glad I feel happiness in the years that are past and confi- 
dence in the years ahead, as present students and those who follow 
become members of the alumni of Berea College. 



-Francis S. Hutchins. 




^Jhe Centennial Chime A 

1855- 1955 

YEARBOOK OF BEREA COLLEGE 



S31 COLLEGE STATION 
BEREA. KENTUCKY 



Last spring five naive individuals sat together in the Hangout. 
"We'll make it the best book ever." "It will be something to 

keep to help remember " "How will we get enough money.." 

"That will be no trouble..." "It will not be too hard. Tie 
will not make the seme mistakes of years past...." 

Now five tired but wiser people work furiously to complete the 
last few pages. It has been hard work but not without its re- 
wards of a job done. TBe learned much that is involved in col- 
lecting, arranging, and producing material suitable for a year- 
book. 

This year's book is the result of a pioneering experience into 
the field of offset printing. Vie think it is rather appropriate 
for the commemoration of a school that is a pioneer in its field. 



^e, five haven't been in this thing 
lot of thanks to all the staff membe 
the CHIMES in print and in the hands 
tion of our thanks go to the people 
us.... Mattson's Studio for the clas 
for the cover page; the Yearbook Hou 
and binding of our book and for thei 
gled through our copy. V»'e give our 
Pus sell Samr.ons and Dr. Elizabeth Pe 
the History. We will not forget the 
faculty members of "The CHIMES Commi 



by ourselves. we owe a 

rs who have helped in getting 

of its readers. A large por- 

who have done business with 
s portraits and the picture 
se for the actual printing 
r patience with us as we strug 

appreciation to Mike Meth, 
ck for their help in compiling 

help that was given by the 
ttee". 



This book may not be like the one we imagined last spring, but it 
is our effort to present a token of BEREA 'S 100TH BIRTHDAY. 



DAVE ALLEN 
FERME DEMEY 
LOUISE PEACE 
ANN WILLIAMS 
ELIZABETH POTTER 



A Hundred Years of Progress . . . 



"Berea College aims to carry the opportunity for higher education to one of the 
finest stocks of original Americans that are found in this country. We all know that 
they are of the finest and most patriotic elements of the nation, and the splendid work 
that Berea College is doing among them is thoroughly deserving of all appreciation." 

— Warren G. Harding. 



This is a brief and, we hope not too inadequate history of a college and its presidents. 




THE FIRST BEREA SCHOOL HOUSE 



In 1853 Cassius M. Clay, with a view toward estab- 
lishing in this area a center of free speech, non-slave-hold- 
ing interests, began to dispose of his large tract of land 
in the region, which included present-day Berea. There 
was nothing here at the time except a dense thicket of 
brush which later went by the name of "The Bresh." 
Even in succeeding years Principal Rogers' son remarked 
that a man who stepped six feet off the bridle paths could 
not be seen. 

Meanwhile, a preacher by the name of John G. Fee 
had been teaching the doctrine of impartial love anywhere 
he could find a pulpit in the region along the Ohio River. 
It was this man who attracted the attention of Clay. So 
that Fee and his wife might be induced to make their 
home here, and perhaps to be the core of Clay's settlement, 
he offered Fee ten acres as a gift. Incidentally, these ten 
acres were not the first college property. 

Fee settled here sometime in 1854 and for a short 
while preached in the "Old Glade Church." The following 
year, 1855, the first rude school house was built, but it 
must be remembered that Mr. Fee's early work was chiefly 
of an evangelical nature, "The planting of new churches 
and the conversion of new souls ..." 

Let us for a moment gather an impression of Fee the 
man. He was not a "Hell-fire-and-damnation" preacher. 
Rogers' recollection of Fee's preaching was, "His manner 
is calm but earnest, and grows in intensity as he proceeds, 
with shoulders thrown up and head bent forward. He 
makes his points clearly and quotes scripture for everyone 
of his propositions." And then there is the account of 
the famous Big Bend incident of 1858 where Fee went 
to conduct a service despite the warning of friends. In 
the middle of the meeting three men entered, and seizing 
Fee by the collar of his coat, dragged him to the door. 
Outside, dangling a rope before him, they swore he would 
be hanged unless he promised to leave the county and 
never return. Refusing to give such a promise, he and 
one of his companions were marched to the Kentucky 
River. At the bank of the river they took Fee's friend, 
ordered him to strip and flogged him with sycamore 
switches so that red welts showed on his back. Fee was 
threatened with "five hundred times as much." When he 
remained adamant and refused, the mob mounted their 
horses and marched the two captives a short distance. Un- 
able to overcome Fee's firm stand, the mob left them. 



Still another aspect of Fee's personality can be seen 
in his break with Cassius M. Clay at a public meeting 
near Slate Lick on July 4, 1856. There is a little doubt 
that Fee had been countenanced, so to speak, by many 
men in the area due to Clay's power and prestige. Even 
so, realizing the protection which Clay gave him, Fee 
dared to maintain there was a higher law condemning 
slavery and that a man should break with the constitution 
and the courts when they declared slavery legal. Fee's 
public statement of his position caused the two men to go 
their separate ways. Notwithstanding these things, Fee 
became the patriarch of Berea and remained so until his 
death in 1901. 

The next consequential figure upon the Ridge was 
J. A. R. Rogers. He came in 1858 to a defenseless com- 
munity. It must be remembered that besides Fee's home 
and a few other houses, there was still nothing here. Thus 
Rogers and his wife toiled on with fifteen pupils. "This 
was a strange and new experience for the young girl-wife, 
reared in the comforts of a Philadelphia home ..." Let 
us not leave the impression that it was an unhappy year. 
Far from it! This was an adaptable couple who accepted 
the challenges of a man and wife, thoroughly steeped in 
a classical education, starting to teach fifteen pupils, many 
of whom could not yet read or write. Rogers' liberal at- 
titude is shown, for example, in speaking of the hymns 
taught these children. "Perhaps some of the hymns would 
not bear criticism, but the simple truths they taught reach- 
ed the simple hearts ..." 

By 1858 the idea of founding a college on the Ridge 
had grown until the moment was ripe for formal organi- 
zation. Consequently in the same year, a constitution 
was drawn up and signed by John G. Fee, J. A. R. Rogers, 
J. S. Davis, George Candee, William Strapp, John G. 



Hanson, John Smith, T. J. Renfro, and John Brunam, al- 
though it was not until 1866 that the new organization 
was incorporated. Between the writing of the constitution 
and the incorporation, the exile of the Bereans and the 
Civil War intervened. 

John Brown's raid at Harper's Ferry stirred the South 
and fear of slave insurrection was everywhere. Berea stood 
for liberty in a slave state, and soon the handful of citizens 
on the Ridge, who went entirely unarmed, became the 
center of rumors and suspicion in the minds of Kentucky 
people. Fee, in the East at the time, was thought to be 
raising John Browns for Kentucky. 

Another story afoot was that a shipment of smuggled 
guns had been intercepted on the way to Berea. The whole 
state of affairs culminated in an ensemble of sixty men 
serving notice on eleven Berea families to leave their 
homes in ten days or suffer the consequences. An appeal 
to the Governor failed, and "The farewells were uttered 
and the exiles mounted their various vehicles to begin the 
march. They formed a motley but not dangerous pro- 
cession, these 'people who were a menace to Kentucky.' 
Patriach, and babes in arms, a bride and groom, men and 
women in the prime of life, young people and children 
of all ages, moved slowly from the hill." 

Before the exile, the leaders of the school bargained 
for 109 acres of land on the Ridge and during the War, 
Fee raised the money with which to pay for the Wooline 
Purchase. The exiles did return, Rogers as early as 1862, 
and the real start, the real period of development for Berea 
College, was yet to begin. At this stage, in 1866, "The 
college possessed 109 acres of uncleared woodlands, worth 
only a few dollars per acre, it had no endowment, no credit, 
no buildings of any kind." The years which followed were 
an attempt to remedy the situation, a remedy which be- 




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came even more pressing as students began to flood the 
school. In these following years, the college began to 
clear its land, erected two small plaster buildings, a box 
chapel, a temporary Boarding Hall, two cottages for young 
men, and a combined store and dwelling for more teachers. 
Rogers and Fee, besides doing their regular work in Berea, 
were raising $18,000 for the erection of Howard Hall. 
Even more important was the calling of E. H. Fairchild 
to become Berea's first president in 1869. 

Between 1869 and 1889 one can fairly say the college 
felt a period of sky-rocketing growth. In 1871 Ladies Hall 
was completed; in 1879 a frame Gothic Chapel; in 1882 
the railroad came; in 1886 Lincoln Hall was finished; 430 
students were enrolled; and the endowment was $100,000. 

Generally not much is said for the intervening years 
between 1889 (Fairchild's death) and 1892, the beginning 
of William G. Frost's administration. A man by the name 
of Stewart was president, and he was by temperament 
suited to the work of a teacher rather than an administea- 
tive official. So there came a time of increasing debts 
and a corresponding loss of friends and influence for Berea. 



In 1892 William Goodell Frost accepted the office 
of Berea's third president. He might be termed the great 
molder, the great adaptor. It would be foolish to speak 
of this man in terms of buildings, the evolution of a cur- 
riculum, the growth of the endowment, and as a factor 
in bringing Berea into some of the country's most influ- 
ential circles, from T. R. Roosevelt to Woodrow Wilson. 
He did all these things, but more so let it be remembered 
that Frost brought to the college a sense of adaptability 
which is seldom seen in most institutions. We can show 
this by several pertinent illustrations. Over and over again, 
Frost repeated that even if a student comes to Berea for 
only five months, then these must be the most meaningful 
months of his life. The college must adapt, to his needs 
and when the needs change then the college must readapt. 

At the time when the "Day Law" was passed in 1904 
the Berea endowment stood at about $400,000, money 
vitally needed by the school and collected only through 
the strenuous fund-raising campaigns of Rogers, Fairchild, 
and Frost. However, this money had been gathered at 
the time when Berea served both white and Negro stu- 
dents. Now the law required that Berea become either 
an all-white or all-Negro school. "From every side it 
was an awful situation to face. The principle prevailed 
that trust funds must be used in accordance with the repre- 
sentation made when they were secured. Clearly the color- 
ed should have half the $200,000 gathered by Rogers and 
Fairchild in reconstruction times when the colored consti- 
tuted half the school ..." The trustees worked out a 
formula by which half the property owned by the college 
up to 1892 and two-elevenths of the additional property 
secured when the Negroes were about one-seventh of the 
student body, making a sum in all of about $200,000, 
should go to the founding of a separate Negro school. 
Lincoln Institute in Kentucky. To this an additional 
$200,000 was placed in order that the new school might 
be a good school. 

In the period following the "Day Law," electricity 
and student industries ( as we know them in the modern 
sense) came to Berea. The last of the college lands were 
cleared. The Industrial Buildings, Pearsons Hall, Phelps 
Stokes, a stone part of the library, Talcott and Kentucky 
Halls, the main building of the Hospital, Fireside, and 
James Hall were built. The West End village grew. So, 
in 1920 Frost left to William J. Hutchins an institution 
with many students and many buildings plus an increasing 
endowment. 



William J. Hutchins 





The Inaugural Address of Francis S. Hutchins 



William J. Hutchins became the fourth president. He 
served this post efficiently for nineteen years. One of the 
obstacles he faced was the depression. Even so, Berea 
weathered this crisis without any serious defects. This 
was largely due to the fact that late in 1914 Charles M. 
Hall died, leaving one-sixrh of his residual estate of which 
Bereat gained possession in 1929. As the speculative stocks 
were sold, the returns from it became part of Berea's largest 
endowment. Because the mountain area was struck hard 
it was all the more reason for Berea to serve its students. 
In 1929 approximately 50% of the students were self- 
supporting, a good example of the college's ability to help 
its people. 

In the year 1955 as one looks out across the campus, 
he seems many familiar buildings that were erected during 
the William J. Hutchins administration. Among these 
buildings are Union Church (1922); Emery Building 
(1924); Elizabeth Rogers Hall (1925); Woods-Penn- 
man (1926); First Unit of Science Hall (1928); Seabury 
Gymnasium (1928); Vincent Goldthwait Memorial Agri- 
cultural Hall (1928); President's Home, Presser Music 
Hall (1931); New Wing of Hospital (1932); J. A. R. 
Rogers Art Building (1935); New Section of Library 
(1936); Draper Building begun in 1937, and other minor 
additions. 

Berea's history during this administration was not 
without its troubles. Students were confronted with many 
problems. One difficulty was that of health. In 1929 
there were 438 cases of influenza and 400 cases of scarlet 
fever. These were only some of the diseases which befell 
the students. There was talk at one time of abolishing the 
Christmas vacation, the reason being that students were 
returning to school with communicable diseases and spread- 
ing them to their classmates. Vacations were not abolish- 
ed, even though the thought was given serious consid- 
eration. 



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Naval V-12 Unit 



The expanding Berea was forced in 1925, for the 
first time, to refuse admission to mountain students even 
though they had graduated from accredited high schools. 
Since then many applications have been refused due to 
the limited facilities. This can be understood by the fact 
that at the beginning of William J. Hutchins' term there 
were only 253 students enrolled in the college courses of 
Berea. When he retired, this number had increased to 
school and a 4-year college. 

over 400. By 1930 Berea obtained full standing in the 
Southern Association and made the approved list of the 
Association of American Universities. The endowment 
of the college, rose from slightly over a million to more 
than $10,000,000. So ends the administration of William 
J. Hutchins, a man interested in Berea becoming the 
center of culture for the mountain people. 

Francis S. Hutchins, son of William J. Hutchins, was 
chosen to become the fifth president when he was only 37. 
It is difficult to evaluate the work of a contemporary pres- 
ident. Usually such a history is not written until he has 
completed his duties. Even so, let us note a few develop- 
ments. First was the organization of the college into an 
upper (Junior and Senior) division and a lower division 
(second year in high school to second year of college) 
plus the establishment of Foundation School as a Junior 
High. This later gave way to the present system of high 
school and four year college. 

During the Second World War, Berea admitted a 
Naval V-12 unit to train officers. From 1943 until 1945 
the records indicate that 783 men were given an education 
here, with several returning for their degrees. After the 
war, housing units were built to accommodate married vet- 
erans who wished to continue their schooling. 

It was under this administration that the following 
changes took place. Humanities, Biological Science, West- 
ern Civilization, and Social Science were added to the 
curriculum. The use of testing as a method of classifying 
students was used more extensively. The Director of' Ad- 
mission office was established to replace some of the 
work done previously by the Registrar. Berea continued 
to grow both in size and endowment. Anna Smith dormi- 
tory and the completion of the Science Building are further 
proof of this growth. 



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Many things have necessarily been omitted in such a brief history. However, 
no one can overlook the splendid work of our labor program and the benefits the 
mountain people have derived from it. This labor program, it must be remembered, 
is a part of the students' education and an integral part of the history of the college. 

So ends a history of the first one hundred years, fluctuating between men and cir- 
cumstance. So ends the history of the first one hundred years without using the words 
"heroic" or "courageous," but we hope that in some small measure the reader will 
imagine the real heroism and courage which the times, not always favorable, drew out 
of the makers of Berea's history. 




Present-day Alumni Office 

at the time when it was a Church 



Memories . . . . 





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COLLEGE BAND 



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Memories . . . . 




BEREA BELOVED 



Jt. M. C. 
W. P. J. 

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Copyright 1932 by Berea College, Berea, Ky 



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FACULTY 
AND 



ADMINISTRATION 









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ADMISSIONS OFFICE 
Eloise Risley, Allen Morreim 



ALUMNI OFFICE 
Charles Carrington, Lelia Flannery 




ASSOCIATE DEAN'S OFFICE 

Mrs. D. B. Robertson, Dr. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. 
W. S. Swinford 



BUSINESS MANAGERS OFFICE 

George Lavanugh, Mrs. John R. Davis, Maude Led- 
ford, Herbert Akers, Mrs. Robert Polland, Ervin 
Connelly. 




COLLEGE DEAN 
Mrs. Maude Kilborne, Dr. Louis Smith 



DEAN OF MEN 
Julia High, Tom Parkinson 



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DEAN OF WOMEN'S OFFICE 

Julia Allen, Gladys Smith, Faye Feltner 



GUIDANCE OFFICE 

Charles N. Shutt, Marquerite Sloan 




LABOR OFFICE 

Ben Welsh Wilson Evans, Hilda Weringa 



PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 

Betty Edinger, Charlotte Stewart 




REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 

Mrs. Frank Wray, Adelaide Gundlach, Virginia Auvil, 
-16— Phyllis Shumaker 



TREASURER'S OFFICE 

Nova Baker, Martha Rowlette, Anna Shumaker, Mrs. 
Nannie Kirby, Mabel Sangren, Edna Saylor, 
Ivalee Hodge, Bessie Dyk, Mary F. Payne, L. D. 
Bibbee, Carlie Grant, Mary Lamon. 




AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT 

William Lazuruk, C. O. Spillman, H. B. Monier, W. 
B. Wheeler, Thomas Hart, Ed Hogg, S. D. 
Whipple. 



ART DEPARTMENT 

Lester Pross, Sally Wilkerson, Dorothy Tredennick, 
Timothy Whitehead, Jim Bobbitt, Nelson 
Delavan. 




BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. J. S. Bangson, Dr. Hershel Hull, Mr. Seth Gilker- 
son, Dr. Frank Gailey. 



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Rockwood Chin, Sara Landau, Hazel Lincoln, 
Wilson Evans, Orville Boes, Wm. E. Newbolt. 




CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT 
Mr. Julian Capps and Dr. Gus Levy 




EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Charles C. Graham, Howard Dene Southwood 
Dr. Luther Ambrose, Pat Wear. 



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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Emilye Ann Smith, Eleanor Brooks, Virginia Mat- 
thias, Louise Scrivner, Margaret McCoy, Mrs. 
Nell Noll, Dr. Jerome Hughes, Carol Gesner, 
Dr. Fred Parrot, Maureen Faulkner, Dr. Thomas 
Kreider. 



GEOLOGY 

Dr. Wilbur G. Burroughs and Mrs. Mavis Burroughs. 




HISTORY DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Waring Hopkins, Miss Julia F. Allen, Dr. Char- 
lotte Ludlum, Dr. Preston Stegenga, Dr. J. O. 
Van Hook, Dr. Frank Wray, Dr. George Noss, 
Tom Parkinson, Dr. Louis Smith. 



HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 

Ervilla Masters, Agnes Aspnes, Angli Wai, Marian 
Kingman, Ruth Woods, Nancy McClary. 




LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Charles Pauck, George Danials, Ruth De Gam- 

jo boa, Dr Charlotte Ludlum, Evelyn Montgomery, 

Gristjan Kogerma. 



LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

Sarah Firor, Imogene Foster, Faunice Hubble, 
Blanche Lane, Elizabeth Gilbert. 




MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 

Gilbert Roberts, Theodore Wright, Louise Stolle, 
J. B. Westfoll. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 

Joseph Firszt, John Chrisman, Celia Kysela, Rolf 
Hovey, Harriet Crowder, Margaret Franke, Lar- 
raine Edwards, Beth Shoupp. 




WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
DEPARTMENT 

Pat Ehely, Marilyn Zeigler, Minnie M. Macaulay 



PHYSICS DEPARTMENT 
T. M. Strickler, Waldemar Noll 




PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT 

Charles Shedd, Kenneth H. Thompson, Mrs. Clara 
Cooper, Angli Wai. 



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RELIGION DEPARTMENT 

D. B. Robertson,. Robert Cornett, Gordon Ross, Her- 
bert Thomson, George Noss. 





Jo Ella Nuckols 




Pete Thorns 



CHIMES STAFF: 

Emilye Hawkins, Kathy Harris, Dan Moore, Louise 
Peace, Dave Jones, Ann Willims, Artricia Campbell, 
Liz Potter, Ann Gaby. 



FAMOUS LAST WORDS: 



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WE'LL MEET THE DEADLINE! 



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It couldn't be that bad. 



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Feme Denney 



Louise Peace 





Liz Potter 



Chimes Editors 



Dave Allen 



Ann Williams 





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Class 



of 



1955 



WHO'S WHO 



Row One: Louise Peace, Gene Lovely, Eleanor Burchelle, Eleanor Case, Bill Steeley, 

and Feme Denney. 
Row Two: Harry Cho, Johnny Harris, David Welch, Don Good, Russell Sammons, 

Charlie York. 
Row Three: Eugene McLemore, Lee Bobbitt, Bruce DeBrual, Julian Capps, Ledford 

Austin, and Dave Allen. 



Who's who among students in American Colleges and 
Universities is made up of students who are active and 
outstanding during their college careers. Selection is based 
on Character, Scholarship, and Leadership in extra Cur- 
ricular Activities. 



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Evelyn Adams 
Jenkins, Ky. 
A.B. English 



Ted Adams 
Paintsville, Ky. 
B.S. Bus. Administration 



Dave Allen 

Bismarck, N. Dakota 
A.B. Geology 



Betty Alley 

Crab Orchard, Tennessee 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




John Anderson 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Steward Anderson 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
B.S. Agriculture 



James Arnold 

Charleston, W. Virginia 
A.B. Elementary Education 



Ledford Austin 

Lenoir, N. Carolina 
A.B. History & Pol. Sci. 



THESE ARE THE SENIORS 



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Orval Ayers 
Grant, Ala. 
A.B. Biology 



Jeanelle Lecky Baker 
Wayne, W. Virginia 
B.S. Home Economics 



Jewel Baldock 
Hustonville, Ky. 
A.B. Elem. Education 



George Ball 
Haysi, Virginia 
A.B. Physics 




Melvin Bess 

Covington, Virginia 
B.A. Social Science 



Joyce Bishoff 

Blackey, Kentucky 
A.B. Elem. Education 



Nancy Bishop 
Frederick, Md. 
A.B. Philosophy 



Lee Bobbitt 
Xemia, Ohio 
A.B. Chemistry 



THE BIG DAY HAS FINALLY BECOME A REALIZATION 



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Janet Rae Bowling 
Wild Cat, Ky. 
B.S. Home Economics 



Retha Brown 
Paris, Ky. 
A.B. English 



Eleanor Burchell 
Pleasantville, N. J. 
A.B. Biology 



Vernie Burleson 

Ashville, N. Carolina 
A.B. Math. & Phy. Ed. 




THE CLASS OF '55 IS NOW READY TO TAKE THE BIG STEP AND GO OUT INTO THE WORLD 




Betty Burchett 
Stambaugh, Ky. 
A.B. Chemistry 



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Constantine Cappas 
Athens, Greece 
A.B. Chemistry 



Julian Capps 
Berea, Kentucky 
A.B. Chemistry 



Pauline Cart 
Beattyville, Ky. 
A.B. Elem. Education 



Joe Cable 


James Cass 


Dorothy Couk 


Cheng-Yin Cheng 


Pikesville, Ky. 


Brodhead, Ky. 


Crossville, Tenn. 


Hsinchu, Formosa 


A.B. Chemistry 


A.B. Geology 


A.B. Chemistry 


B.S. Agriculture 







Alice Chen 


H. H. Cheng 


Yoon Ai Choi 


Ying Nan Chiu 


Taipei, China 


Forest Hills, N. Y. 


Seoul, Korea 


Taichung, Formosa 


A.B. Piano 


B.S. Agriculture 


A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 


A.B. Chemistry 

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Hwal-Chin (Harry) Cho 
Seoul, Korea 
A.B. Biology 



Robert Claytor 

Bluefield, W. Virginia 
A.B. Philosophy 



Roy Cline 

Gilbert, W. Virginia 
A.B. Chemistry 



Violet Coe 

Mount Airy, N. Carolina 
A.B. Elem. Education 




Wyatt Collins 


Mary Conant 


Allen Cooper 


Mrs. Emma Cooper 


Woodville, Ala. 


South Paris, Maine 


Ashland, Ky. 


Toler, Kentucky 


A.B. Chemistry 


A.B. Geology 


A.B. Biology 


B.S. General Business 



AND IN NO TIME AT ALL THESE NEW GRADUATES OF BEREA COLLEGE 



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Joan Coy 


Braxton Crocker 


Dot Crickenberger 


Junior Croucher 


Danville, Ky. 


Blackey, Ky. 


Swoope, Virginia 


Blackey, Ky. 


A.B. Art 


A.B. Geology 


A.B. Sociology 


A. B. Geology 




Tinsley Crowder 
Kenbridge, Va. 
A.B. English 



Bill Daniel 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
B.S. Agriculture 



Bruce DeBruhl 
Swannanoa, N. C. 
BA. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Feme Denney 
Palmyra, Indiana 
A.B. Elem. Education 



WILL HAVE MADE THIS WORLD A BETTER PLACE IN WHICH TO LIVE 



Joe Derting 

Hilton, Virginia 
B.S. Agriculture 



Bob Dorton 

Pikeville, Kentucky 
A.B. Biology 



Hope Douty 

Beuma Vista, Va. 
A.B. Sociology 



Maxine Earley 

Canton, North Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 




iVissSSSdSSKy 



YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN THAT ONCE PLAYED HOOKEY FROM SCHOOL AND WENT SWIMMING IN THE 




Moyer Edwards 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 
A.B. Biology 



Bob Eplee 

Marion, North Carolina 
B.S. Agrictulure 



illiam Everman 


Jack Farmer 


Eugene Fraley 


Garland Fuller 


Ashland, Ky. 


Aberdeen, Md. 


Morehead, Ky. 


Win, Va. 


A.B. English 


A.B. Math. 


B.S. Bus. Admin. 


A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci 




FAVORITE POND ARE NOW TODAY'S SCHOOL TEACHERS, DOCTORS, CHEMISTS, GEOLOGISTS, ETC. 




Lillie Gabbard 
Berea, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Anne Gaby 

Greenville,. Tenn. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Russell Gadd 
Prospect, Ky. 
A.B. Bus. Admin. 



Shirley Garland 
Glenbrook, Ky. 
B.S. Home Economics 



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Louise Gibson 

Williamson, W. Va. 
B.A. Psychology 



Wendy Gwinn 
Graysville, Tenn. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Donald Good 
Winchester, Va. 
A.B. Sociology 



Robert Goodson 

Black Mountain, N. C. 
B.S. Agriculture 




allace Gosser 


Fred Greenburg 


Betty Green 


James Greer 


Nancy, Ky. 


Chicago, 111. 


Bristol, Tenn. 


Boone, N. C. 


A.B. English 


A.B. Chemistry 


A.B. Elementary Ed. 


B.S. Agriculture 



NEXT FALL WHEN BEREA HAS ITS ANNUAL HOMECOMING MANY OF THE GRADUATES OF '55 WILL BE 



—32— 



David Grubbs 

Roanoke, Virginia 
B.S. Business Adm. 



Harold Haga 

Flat Ridge, Virginia 
B.S. Business Adm. 



Bonnie Hager 

East Point, Kentucky 
A.B. Elem. Educ. 



Clyde Hall 

Green Creek, N. C. 
B.S. Agriculture 




Del Hare 

Baileyton, Alabama 
A.B. Chemistry 



Gayle Harper 
Gilbert, W. Va. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



John Harris 

Morganton, N. C. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Herbert Harrison 
Monrovia, Md. 
B.S. Agriculture 



RETURNING TO THE OLE ALMA MATER TO SEE HOW IT IS MAKING OUT WITHOUT THEIR PRESENCE 



Dorsalene Henderson 
Alkol, West Virginia 
A.B. Eleni. Educ. 



Everett Hartzog 
Idlewild, N. C. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Misako Higa 

Nakagusuku-Sen, Okinawa 
A.B. Home Economics 



Dorothy Higgins 
Berea, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 




THIS TRIP BACK WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BRING BACK MEMORIES 




Margaret Holbrook 
Brodhead, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 



Wallace Halcomb 
Gordon, Ky. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Juanita Horton 
Hyden, Kentucky 
B.S. Home Economics 



Bob Hulver 

Wardensville, W. Va. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Robert Humphries 
Covington, Va. 
B.S. Bus. Admin. 



Don Hutcheson 
Jeffersonville, Ind. 
A.B. Geology 



Marvin Hutchins 
Forest City, N. C. 
B.S. Agriculture 



James Hyder 

Brandon, Mississippi 
A.B. Physics 




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MEMORIES OF HOW YOU USED TO HELP OUT WITH THE HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES 




Eula Ison 

Oscaloosa, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Rosie Israel 

Candler, N. Carolina 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Nan Jones 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Wanda Kincaid 
Franklin, Ohio 
B.S. Home Ec. 



Ruth King 

Blountville, Tenn. 
B.S. Home Ec. 



Leon Kirkland 
Grant, Alabama 
A.B. Biology 



W. W. Lambert 
Boone, Ky. 
B.S. Agriculture 




Ernest Lane 


Bill Leach 


Isabella Li 


Dorothy Lee 


Mohawk, Tennessee 


Pine Mountain, Ky. 


Tai Chung, China 


Hong Kong, China 


A.B. Mathematics 


A.B. Biology 


A.B. Biology 


B.S. Home Economics 



REMEMBER THAT FRESHMAN YEAR. YOU HAD HEARD ABOUT THE THINGS BEREA STOOD FOR 



-36— 



Jana Lee Lewis 
Corbin, Ky. 
A.B. Sociology 



Eugene Lovely 
Lafollette, Tenn. 
A.B. Social Science 



John Lu 

Jainan, Formosa 
B.S. Agriculture 



Cecelia McKinney 
West Field, Ind. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




Eugene McLemore 
Canton, N. Carolina 
A.B. English 



LaRue McMahan 
Morristown, Tenn. 
A.B. English 



Nathan McMillian 
Louisville, Ky. 
A.B. Pub. Sch. Music 



Ann McMurray 
H ikons, Va. 
B.S. Bus. Admin. 



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NOW YOU SAW THESE THINGS PUT INTO PRACTICE AND YOU WERE A PART OF IT ALL 



Bertha Marine 
Gevierville, Tenn. 
A.B. English 



Bill Masters 
Irving, Ky. 
A.B. Chemistry 



Jack Mathews 

Ashville, N. Carolina 
B.S. Bus. Administration 



Anna Mattingly 
Trinity, Kentucky 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




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REMEMBER MOUNTAIN DAY OF 1951 AND THAT CURFEW HOUR OF 7:30 P. M. 




Lucille Metcalf 

Mars Hill, N. Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 



Mike Meth 

Baltimore, Md. 
A.B. Philosophy 



Beth Meyer 

Pikeville, Tenn. 
A.B. Religion 



Evelyn Miller 
Rockholds, Ky. 
A.B. Home Economics 



ason Morrison 


Kenneth Moss 


Sherwood Mull 


Kathleen Mullins 


Morgantori, N. Carolina 


Glasgow, Ky. 


Black Mountain. N. C. 


Clintwood, Virginia 




A.B. Biology 


A.B. Geology 


B.S. Home Ec. 




YES, THAT WAS QUITE A YEAR. BUT THEN SO WAS THE SOPHOMORE YEAR 




Harvey Musser 
Franford, W. Va. 
A.B. Biology 



Molly Myles 

Crawley, W. Va. 
Ancient Languages 



Cecil Nanney 

Black Mountain, N. C. 
A.B. Physics 



Ralph Neal 

Marble, N. Carolina 
A.B Geology 



—39— 



John Paul Newcomer 
Gainesville, Florida 
A.D. Physics 



Dorothy Newman 
Lavalette, W. Va. 
A.B. Sociology 



Jimmie Nickell 
Hazel Green, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Alma Norfleet 
Monticello, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




Wanda Norris 


fo Ella Nuckols 


Louise Ogle 


Milton Ogle 


Middlebrook, Va. 


Ansted, West Va. 


Gatlinburg, Tenn. 


Basham, Va. 


A.B. Home Economics 


A.B. Elementary Ed. 


A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 


A.B. Business Admin. 



THE CLASS WAS RATHER BOLD AND DARING. REMEMBER AN EVENT OF MARCH, 1953? 



Barbara Oldaker 
Rahway, N. Jersey 
A.B. English 



Helen Parrish 

Bryson City, N. C. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Clayton O'Neil 
Banner Elk, N. C. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Billy Outlaw 
Hixson, Tenn. 
A.B. Geology 



Marilyn Patton 
Ashland, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 




uise Peace 


Bob Pearson 


Don Pease 


Williamsburg, Kentucky 


Charlestown, Ind. 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


B.S. Bus. Administration 


A.B. Art 


A. B. Piano 



DURING YOUR JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEARS YOU REALLY SETTLED DOWN TO WORK 



Larry Peercy 


Robert Peercy 


Frances Pennington 


Jack Ping 


Monticello, Ky. 


Monticello, Ky 


Webbville, Ky. 


Eubank, Ky. 


B.S. Agriculture 


A.B. Physics 


A.B. Sociology 


A.B. Biology 







THE LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY WAS PASSED AND THE HUMANITIES COURSE WAS OVER 




Junior Franklin Poling 


Elizabeth Potter 


Sue Proffitt 


Ralph Ramey 


Nestorville, W. Va. 


Spencer, Tenn. 


Crandler, N. Carolina 


Elkhorn City, Ky 


B.S. Agriculture 


B.S. Home Economics- 


A.B. Elementary Ed. 


A.B. Biology 



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Clifford Dale Reedy 
Middleburg, Ky. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Bill Richardson 
Jamestown, Ky. 
A.B. Geology 



Barbara Reynolds 
Pineville, Ky. 
B.S. Home Economics 



Rex Reynolds 
Kodak, Ky. 
A.B. Geology 




YOU CHOSE YOUR MAJOR FIELD OF WORK AND BECAME PREPARED FOR IT 




Ann Roberts 

Richwood, W. Va. 
A.B. English 



Winnie Fay Roberts 
Hartselle, Alabama 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Clarene Michael Rogers 
Scherr, West Va. 
B.S. Home Economics 



Dorothy Skaggs Rogers 
Ansted, West Va. 
A.B. Pub. Sch. Music 



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Russell Sammons 
Meally, Ky. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Gladys Sanko 

Philadelphia, Penn. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Patsy Saulmon 
Morganton, N. C. 
A.B. Sociology 



Betty Saylor 
Corinth, Ky. 
B.S. Home Economics 




Lola Fay Sexton 


Ruth Shipman 


Bronelle Skaggs 


Ann Skidmore 


Berea, Ky. 


Brevard, N. C. 


Flat Gap, Ky. 


Richwood, West Va 


B.S. Bus. Admin. 


A.B. Elementary Ed. 


B.S. Agriculture 


B.S. Bus. Admin. 



EVERY MINUTE, OF EVERY HOUR OF EVERY DAY THAT YOU HAVE PLAYED, STUDIED 



-44- 



Peggy Smith 
Osaka, Va. 
B.S. Bus. Admin. 



Bill Steely 
Corbin, Ky. 
A.B. Economics 



Jeriell Surface 
Wellston, Ohio 
A.B. Music (Organ) 



Hugh Sutherland 
St. Paul, Va. 
A.B. Physical Ed. 




Jesse Thomas 
Lancaster, Ky. 
A.B. Social Sci. Area 



Peter Thorns 

Muscat, Oman S. E. Arabia 
A.B. Biology 



Arnold Thurman 
Eminence, Ky. 
A.B. Sociology, 



Willie Jo Traylor 
Arab, Ala. 
B.S. Home Economics 



AND WORSHIPED HERE AT BEREA COLLEGE HAVE BEEN WELL WORTH WHILE 



Glenna Valentine 
Sassafras, Ky. 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Loring Vance 

Moorefield, W. Va. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Tom Van Sant 
Mt. Victory, Ky. 
A.B. Math & Astronomy 



Jimmie Van Winkle 
Clarkesville, Ga. 
B.S. Bus. Admin. 




MEMORIES OF THESE DAYS ARE YOURS. CHERISH THEM 




Bob Van Winkle 
Berea, Ky. 
A.B. Biology" 



Peggy Vecchi 

Clifton Forge, Va. 
A.B. Psychology 



Richard West 
Waverly, Ohio 
A.B. Physics 



Martha Vickers 
Salyersville, Ky. 
A.B. English 



Betty Jo Waldrop 
Hot Springs, N. C. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Elizabeth Waldroup 
Andrews, N. Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 



David Welch 
Ashland, Ky. 
A.B. Hist. & Pol. Sci. 



Beverly Ring Wesley 
Narrows, Va. 
A.B. Spanish & Phy. Ed. 




YESTERDAY'S BEREA STUDENTS ARE NOW TODAY'S LEADERS 




Helen Wesley 
Somerset, Ky. 
B.S. Home Economics 



}y Lewis Wesley 


Billy Ed. Wheeler 


Peter Whitis 


Liberty, Ky. 


Highcoal, W. Va. 


Tampa, Fla. 


B.S. Agriculture 


A.B. English 


A.B. Biology 



Virginia Whitson 
Relief, N. Carolina 
B.S. Home Economics 



Ann West Williams 
Blairsville, Georgia 
A.B. Elementary Ed. 



Ben Williams 

Roxboro, N. Carolina 
B.S. Agriculture 



Azalee Wilson 

Cullowhee, N. Carolina 
A.B. French 




Charles Wilson 
Louisa, Ky. 
A.B. Biology 



O. C. Wise 
Newland, Ky. 
B.S. Agriculture 



Sara Wright 
Hartselle, Ala. 
A.B. Sociology 



Charles Yates 
Louisville, Ky. 
A.B. Biology 



GOOD LUCK AND MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS 




Charles York 

Indian Springs, Tenn. 
A.B. Biology 



Class Officers 



President — Charles York 
Vice Pres. — Loring Vance 
Secretary — Janet Bowling 



Treasurer — Charles Yates 

Co-Social Chairman — Dorothy Couk 
Julian Capps 




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Mary Atwood 



Helen Bennett 



Pierre Custot 



Alicia Del Castillo 




Special Students 



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Choong Kim 



Gwen Lanier 



Nakamura Choko 



Grace Piang 



-50— 



Junior Class 



There is a destiny that makes us 

brothers; 

None goes his way alone: 

All that we send into the lives of 

others 

Comes back into our own. 

— Markman 



CLASS OFFICERS: 

President — Wayne Spiggle 
Vice Pres. — Doris Kirk 
Secretary — Jo Ann Austin 
Treasurer — Bob Bryan 
Social Co-Chairmen — Gordon Jones 
Barbara Tinsley 






—51— 




Jesse Amburgey Raymond Ashcraft Don Austin 



Hugh Bailey Rachel Baird 



Julia Barker Marvin Barton 




Dot Baskette Mary Lou Battle Margaret Bevins Alene Bickford Hammond Ed Biddix 



Milton Boyce Frankie Brannon 







Charles Brown Jack Brown Jean Brown Carl Brittain Billy Dean Bruce Jane Brumback Frank Buck 




Barbara Byrd Articia Campbell Tommy Camper Tom Clark Stanley Comstock Jean Compton Mirneal Compton 









Myles Compton Patricia Cook Jewell Cook Allen Corbin Ray Corns Charles Counts Norman Cox 





Cora Davenport Bernard Davis Jackie Davis Dorothy Dimsdale Shirley Douty Renee Dow Gwen Downes 




Bob Dryman 
-52— 



Ben Dunn Bob Elkins Violet Farmer Vernon Flynn 



Ralph Fort 






Nevil Garret Sammy Gibson Earl Gilbreath Shirley Godby 




Fred Golder Joyce Grogan Carol Grizzle Sam Grider Elmer Gray Betty Hannah Gene Harkleroad 




Kathleen Harth 



Miles Hayes 



Mabel Herren Thelma Higgins Sylvia Hitchcock Tom Holladay Bess Holland 




Faye Home Eugene Huff Thomas Huffman Clarence Hurt 




Charles Hutchins Doris Hyatt Doris Hyder 






Marquette Jarvis David Jones Gordon Jones 



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Betty Kincaid Doris Ann Kirk Raoul Le Blanc 



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Margaret Land is JohnLandrum Charles Larew JohnLeeson Kay Leslie Jack C. Lewis Jack Lewis 






Gay Looney Omer McGlone Ruby McKinney Rita Manuel 



James Marion Helen Maynor Mary Ellen Messer 

—53- 



George Miller Thad Mills Ken Mitchell 



Alice Moore Mary Rhea Morelock Dan Moore Harry Mustard 







Ruth Nichols Mary Ogle Pat Oppenheimer Joann Overton Pat Parker David Parry Betty Perkins 





Mary Plummer Wendell Powers 



Betty Pressley George Prewitt Hallie Price Betty Reed Erma Jo Reedy 




Edwin Roach Janey Robinette Oscar Rucker 



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Frances Reedy DonRuggles Carl Seldomridge Wilbur Sellers 




Gay Wise Barbara Shomo Sloan Southerlin Pat Spangler Wayne Spiggle Thelma Splawn Alice Sprinkle 




BenSturgill Betty Sutherland Eloine Sutton Sally Tappan PatTempleton Vivian Todd 




—54 — 



Wally Truesdale Norma Tuller Yvonda Tunnell Elizabeth Van Qeve Frances Van Sant Shirley Wesley Harry White 




J-Jk 





Wendell White Carolyn Wilson Connie Willard Dot Winston Ruby Nell Waldrop Margaret Wooten Patricia Wright 




David Zook 




—55— 



Life in the Dorm 





CLASS OFFICERS: 

President — Jim McLemore 
Vice Pres. — Sammy Bryant 
Secretary — June Davis 
Treasurer — Joann Howard 
Social Co-Chairmen — 
Colleen Snapp 
Jerry Perry 



Sophomore Class 



As we dream, aspire, plan, and work, let us always remember- 
"What we are to be we are now becoming." 




Johnny Owen 




Joy Alexander Ruth Alexander Marie Allen Mickie Allen Martin Ambrose Edward Armstrong Mary Atkins 



—57— 




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Peggy Azbill Earnest Baker Robert G. Baker Nancy Ball Irene Barnes Donald Baucom Faye Bennett 




Mary Jane Bevins Lett)' Biggerstaf f Norris A. Biggerstaff Harold Blackburn J. C. Blanton Sally Sue Boggs Carolyn Brasel 





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Elinora Brittain Joanne Brockman Eric J. Brown Glenna Brown Betty Bruce Sammy Bryant Don Buchannan 








James Buckley Cloyd Bumgardner Christine Buster Howard Campbell Marshall Campbell David Carter Paul Claiborne 




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Helen Claycomb Janet Cook Bobby Colgan Raymond Collier Alan Cooper DonCornett Ruth Cornett 





Glenna Cox Rachel Critz Herbert Drinnon Reggie Dickson June Davis Jack Cummins Ruth Ann Dodson 




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Marion Drew Imogene Duckette 
-58— 




Wilma Dych Emmitt Earles Mary Easley Lyda Jean Evans 



Jack Feagen Jean Feltner Lynn Finchum Bill Fish Peggy Foshee 



Bessie Frizzell Greta Gabbard 





Tom Gabriel Doris Ann Galliher Joann Galloway Betty Jean Gasaway Jack Gatliff 




Betty Sue Geyer Kathy Gibson Bailey 




Silas Gilliam Louis Godby Sarah Gouge Ronnie Graves Jane Greene Elizabeth Guffy Alice Goforth 




Louise Hensley Astor Herrell Kit Hicks Edith Higgins GlenHiggins Richard Hipps 



C. B. Hoff 





John Hogan Anna Holcomb Carrie Holcomb Ernie Holt Vivian Hope Joan Howard Joyce Hughes 




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Coy Hunsucker Gerald Hubble Lou Hysinger Denver Jones 



Dean Jones 



Powell Johnson Barbara Johnson 





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Bill Tackson SaraKincer James King Joe Lake Mabel Lake Burn ice Lewis James Lester 









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Lois McCollum Russ McConnell Tom McCutchen Clay McCravy Gail McDavid Vera McKinney Jim McLemore 





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Betsy Marcum Ida May Martin Peggy Mask Dorothy May Carol Meade Roger Meece Devon Walter Meek 








Royce Miller Russell Moneyham Gwen Moore PaulMoores Bob Morris Voilette Morris Mary Lee Morrison 




Yvonne Nanney Joe Neal Charles O'Dell 



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Shirley Osborne Edna Outlaw Gerald Parrish Johnny Payne 





Joan Peppers J er T Perry Nellie Peters 



Annette Phillips Nancy Pilgrim 

Gaines 




Ronald Puckett Shirley Reed Harold Rice JuanitaRice Wilma Riddle Winston Riddle Winston Ring 








Bill Robinson Carson Robinson Tunis Robbins 



H. G. Sawyer Juanita Settle Charles Sheppard Elizabeth Singleton 





Carolyn Skeen Ernest Smith 





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Harold Solomon Jayne South Jean Spencer John Stapleton Ruth Stilling Mary Stokes Nina Stroud 






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Nina Taylor Charles Timberlake Beverly Tonne Bill Toy Blaine Tucker Dorothy Van Horn Joyce Van Sant 







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Ann Walker Pat Walker Harold W 1 Mary Washington Betty Jo Weems Lester Winchester Howard Whitaker 




Catherine Whitaker Robert Wilkerson Shirley W 



Avis Williams Bruce Williams Delores Williams Hannah Williams 




Mike Wilson Shirley Wisecup Jill Wolfe 



Robert Wolfe Eugene Wratchford Mary Ellen Yates David Gillespie 





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Freshmen 



THE KEY TO SUCCESS 
IN 12 WORDS! 



CLASS OFFICERS: 

President — Allen Sutphin 
Vice Pres. — Keith Parker 
Treas. — -John Dan Austin 
Secretary — Pauline Sheppard 
Social Co-Chairmen — Ralph Coleman 
Jean Jennings 



"I'll study and get ready and 
then maybe the chance will 
come." 

— Abraham Lincoln 



—63— 






James Adams Janice Adkins James Anderson Faye Angel Wayne Arms 




Ethelene Arrington Ann Asher 





John Dan Austin Robert Willis Ayers Larry Baber Jimmy Bailey Wallace Baird Geraldine Barnett Fred Beddingfield 




Feresheteh Beijan Kelly Belcher Audry Benning Charles Bertram Billy Best Shirley Bise Nancy Boley 





Lois Booher Dick Bowling James Bowling Den Cook Boyd Margaret Boyd J. C. Brandenburg Barbara Brittain 





Billie Brown Phyllis Brown Betty Lou Buchanan Beatrice Burrel 




James Burton • Richard Campbell Shirley Carroll 




Owen Cass Doris Caudell Wilma Caudell SueClontz Emma Coleman Ralph Coleman Carol Colvard 




Pat Cooksey 
-64— 



Jeanette Conn Kenneth Conn Jimmie Cook 



Fay Davenport Clara Jean Davis Deanna Davis Roger Dean Deborah Dixon Jack Duckworth Geraldine Dunigan 




Marguerite Dyer John Elder Faye Ellis Sona Eppenstein Barbara Fadely JillFeagan Annette Fiechter 

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Julia Fine Patricia Franklin Edward Ford Delores Forbes Irma Gresse Judy Graves Ralph Gochenour 




Annette Gabbard Mary Nell Hall Jerry Halstead Dolly Hamilton Lois Hammond Nora Hammons Douglas Hanna 




Annette Hare James Harrell Steve Harrill Shirley Harrison Cecil Hatfield Norman Hatter Erma Hayes 




Carolyn Haynes 



Neil Hays Anna Lou Heatherly Betty Gene Hensley Tommy R. Hicks Wesley Holsapple Mary Jane Houser 





Lettye Howell 



Steve Hunter Jo Ann Hurt Anita Hurst 




Betty Hurst Joyc^iyder Barbara Hyder 

— 65- 







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Jean Jennings Cloyd Johnson Jeannine Johnson Shirley Johnson 










Shirley Kincaid Eugene Kirkland Irene Lamb 



Ronald Lamm 



Frances Lance Sue Lawless 



Anna Fay Lecky 






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Anna Lee Legg Doris Lehman Lynn Lewallen Lou Ann Lickliter Juanita Littleton Jeanette Lytton Mary McAfee 






Lois McCarthy Ernest McConnell Barbara Mcintosh Barbara McLain Mike McMillian Wilma Mahaffey Joe Maltby 




Frank Marsh Jean Martin Audrey Massey James Masters Dora May Sylvia Meadows Howard Miller 




Janet Miller Robert Miller Bonnie Mims 




Sylvia Minnix Joetta Miracle Charles Moore Howard Moore 




Bobby Joe Morgan Edward Lee Morgan Robert Morgan Wilma Morris Kelly Moss Imogene Mullins Bernard Murphy 






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Fred Kirk Betty Musser Mary Liz Nelson Mitchell Osteen Harold Owens Keith Parker Lowell Parker 








Nancy Parks Shirley Pennington Joyce Perry Shirley Petersen Autumn Joy Phillips Marvin Philpot Paul N. Power 




Geraldine Puckett Bob Raines Carl Ramey Mildred Ramey Franklin Rasnick Janice Reesor Harold Ringley 






Viola Ritchie Carol Jean Roach Mary Roberts Barbara Robertson Iona Robinette Sue Rogers 



Billy Ross 




Ruby Roten Ruth Rucker Barbara Sanders James Saulmon Nancy Scott Frank Scudder Norma Sheffield 




Pauline Shepherd Robert J. Shepherd Edna Sherill Robert Shields George Simmons Sylvia Simpson Clyde Smith 







June Smith ArdleSnapp David Spiggle Noland Stanley Betty Stephens Frances Stephens Janet Stone ,_ 



Allen Sutphin Joseph P. Sutton Felix Taylor Garnett Taylor Merry Taylor 



Donald Thomas Delores Thurston 





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June Torrence Shirley Turner Vernon Underwood Astra Urjanis Marjorie Van Hoose Simotha Vickers David Vinyard 






Nina Wade Edwin Ward , Pansy Waycaster Ophelia Weaver Paul Welch Leon Welting Clarence White 




Maxine Whiteside Maureen Wilborn Dale Wilds Frances Ann Wilson Howard Wilson William Wine Leota Wise 




Edith Wood Glenn Wooters Fred Worfe Jean Workinan Fred Worley 



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Janice Winchell 



Mary Presley 





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Frances Gabbard Virgie Mae Gibson Carroll Gilbert Penman Gilliam David Gillenwater Fred Adkins 



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SCHOOL 



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Dr. Henderson 
Dr. Armstrong 
Dr. Smith 
Dr. Hutchins 




Betty Sue Anderson 
Morganton, N. C. 



Sally Jo Ballard 
Stanford, Ky. 



Margaret Marie Brittian 
Hildebran, N. C. 



Ella Elizabeth Capps 
Marshall, N. C. 




Vista Lemae Casada 
Bryson City, N. C. 



Ada Ruth Clotfelter 
Caryville, Tenn. 



SENIOR 



Mary Elizabeth DuVall 
Betsy Layne, Ky. 



Byrd Elizabeth Ellis 
Greer, S. C. 



Nancy Jo Hanna 
Porterwood, W. Va. 



Rhoda Ann King 
Williamsburg, Ky. 




—70— 




Ruby Doritha Landrum 
Pomeroyton, Ky. 



Martha Elizabeth Marshall 
Greenville. Tenn. 



Doris Hinkle Musser 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 



Delma Jean Parker 
Union, W. Va. 



NURSES 



Marjorie Marie Phillips 
Nashville, Tenn. 



Frances Elizabeth Renalds 
Vinton, Va. 




Nancy Joyce Spitzer 
Quinwood, W. Va. 



Billie Jean Stevens 
Biltmore, N. C. 



Juanita Pearl Turpin 
Somerset, Ky. 



Lois Ellen Williams 
Kenova, W. Va. 





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—71— 



JUNIOR 




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-72— 





Joanne Alvis 
Betty Austin 
Cora Ball 
Viola Couch 
Delia Dean 
Anna Jean Gooch 
Wilma Haley 
Anna Hampton 
Hazel Holt 
June Laswell 
Barbara Ledford 
Kathy Long 






Rose Lutz 
Margaret Marr 
Pearlie Miller 
Sammie Mills 
Shirley Mull 
Sylene Osteen 
Lois Potter 
Nell Runyon 
Cinda Sparkman 
Anita Stephenson 
Sadie Stines 
Pat Taylor 




Freshmen Nurses 




Irene Bell Betty Bouton Doralyn Brashear Reva Chaney Jo Ann Collier Anna Cook 




Eunice Flanery Thelma Foley Roebertha Harvey Mary Jane Hennessee Frances Henson Joan Irwin 




Eula Lewis Eudell McCreary Annette Moore Mary Mullins Helen Preece Marcella Raines 





Not Pictured 



Betty Simpkins Cedith Slaven Frances Wilson Janice Walters Martha Whitis Wanda Wilkerson 



—74 — 



FOUNDATION SCHOOL 



Roy N. Walters 

Dean of Foundation School 





Mrs. Ethel B. Hall 
Dean of Women 



"We're glad to get away 

From this crazy joint," 

Says we in nineteen fifty-five. 

"It's good to be back 

In this grand old place," 

Says we in nineteen seventy-five. 

"This second Centennial is not like the first; 
Now those were the gopd old days," 

Says THEY in twenty fifty-five. 



—75— 



THE FACULTY 




Standing: Mr. Lambert — Soc. Studies, Miss Parrish — Soc. Studies, Miss Brooks — Eng- 
lish, Miss Cooper — Home Ec. and Health, Mr. Boes — Business. 
Seated: Mrs. Barnett — Math, Miss McGuire — Secretary, Mrs. Wear — Librarian. 





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Standing: Mr. Whitehead — Art, Mr. Kindel — Ind. Arts, Mr. Ayer — Agriculture, Miss 
Carpenter — Home Ec, Miss Williams — Latin and French, Mr. Drake — Bible, 
Mr. Osolnik — Ind. 'Arts, Miss Edwards — Music, Mrs. Pugsley — Math, Mr. Gross- 
man — Science. 

Seated: Mrs. Landrum — Ungraded, Mr. Kilbourne — Auto Mech., Miss Wilson — English, 
Not shown are: Mrs. Wilson — English, Miss Zeigler — Girls' P.E., Mr. Jones — 
Boys' P.E. 



—76— 




CHIMES STAFF 

Lois Todd, William Ross, Editor; Mr. 

Walters, Photographer. 
In Absentia: Charles Noss, Tommy 

Broyles. 



SENIOR OFFICERS 

Seated: W. C. Rose, Vice-President; Ken 

Thompson, President. 
Standing: Mrs. Pugsley, Sponsor; Kenneth 

Morris, Treasurer; Betty Banks, Secretary; 

Mr. Grossman, Sponsor. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Seated: Mrs. Pugsley, Faculty Advisor; James Brady, President; Mary Rose Collins. 
Standing: William Ross, Frank Hutchins, W. C. Rose, Vice-President; Ottis Kearns, 

Mr. Kilbourne, Faculty Advisor. 
(Not shown are Mr. Walters and Mrs. Hall, Faculty Advisors). 



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Bette Banks 



Carl Belden 



Irene Blanton 



James Brady 




Tommy 
Broyles 



Carolyn 
Byrd 



SENIORS 



Charles 
Byrd 



Mary 
Byrd 




Mary Campbell 



Wendell Cooley 



Ray Dash 



Kent Felty 











Raymond Hill 



Sue Hile 



Carolyn Humfleet 




Pat 
Johnson 



Nancy 
Lewis 



Claudella 
Lloyd 



Lee 
Mitchell 




Mary Lou Moore 



Kenneth Morris 



Dale Muncy 



Jo Neely 










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Charles Noss 



Lois Todd 




Ted Parris 




W. C. 
Rose 



W. M. 
Ross 




Jean 
Shepherd 



Kenneth Thompson 






Jerry Piersoll 



Juanita 
Simons 



John 
Chalmers 



Eloise 
Smith 



Evva Watkins 





Beth Powell 




Reva Marie Wine 




JUNIORS 




JUNIOR OFFICERS 

Seated: Laura Bowles, Vice-Pres.; Nancy Webb, Treas.; Sam 

Huskisson, President. 
Standing: Miss Florene Brooks, Sponsor; Eugene Kilgore, Rec. 

Comm.; Shirley Allen, Secretary; Mr. Warren Lambert, 

Sponsor. 




Shirley 
Allen 













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Wilma 


Ruth 


Baker 


Biggerstaff 




Laura 
Bowles 



Gail 
Burse 



Margaret 
Caldwell 




Kathy 
Sanborne 



Kathy 


Genie 


Rhonda 


Nancy 


Betty Lou 


Patty 


Sands 


Shanklin 


Watson 


Webb 


Wriston 


Williams 



—81— 




First Row: C. Clark, E. Scrivner, M. Collins, G. Kilgore, B. Bailey, J. Howard, M. 

Couch, M. McClellan, C. Causey, S. Miniard, I. demons, R. Hoskins. 
Second Row: D. Downs, E. Pullins, B. Blair, J. Lewis, M. Abney, R. Mitchell, J. Shep- 
herd, P. Adams, F. Richardson. 
Third Row: N. Campbell. C. Sergent, J. Napier, D. Malott, D. Bevins, P. Farley, J. 

Williams, P. Patrick, B. Patrick, A. Dow. 
Fourth Row: F. Mays, B. Willis, B. McCoy, S. Baker, D. Elswick, K. Griffith, F. Moses, 

R. McCuistori, J. Fee, H. Bennette, D. Wolfenberger, V. Cornett, B. Howard, R. 

Baugh. 
Fifth Row: W. McCreary, O. Pennington, L. Thacker, B. Mercer, B. Jenkins, P. Fields, 

R. Parsons, W. Chase, F. Messer, R. Chandler, V. Baker, D. Taylor, T. Hile, H. 

Smith, S. Galloway, D. Cassel. 




First Row: D. Parsons, F. Luttrell, C Campbell, K. Abney, D. Kilgore, J. Shackelford, 

W. Caldwell, C. Causey, G. Viars, J. Simpson. 
Second Row: D. Tester, N. Childress, S. Rhodes, R. Todd, W. Strunk, R. Brock, D. 

Bose, M. Cox, B. Standifer, C. Cress, H. Keith. 
Third Row: R. Singleton, A. Lamb, C. Hastings, G. Ray, F. Ponder, P. Champ, S. 

Stegall, C Runyon, A. Hamblin, M. Moses, I. Ruh, L. Conley, G. Anderkin. 
Fourth Row: B. Presnell, C. Wallen, A. Mason, G. Lewis, A. Conley, M. Lawless, M. 

Asher, L. Crawford, R. Evans, L. Hicks, M. Polly, C.Back, M. Hammons. 
Fifth Row: J. Saylor, A. Miller, R. Fritts, J. Ponder. 



— 82— 




MOUNTAIN LOI 
Season Record 

WE 

66 Paint Lick 


NS 

They 

40 

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49... 

46 

57... 


Irvine 


.... Livingston ... 
Annville 


40 
.....39 


43 
59... 


Berea High 
Central 


79 

.57 


71 ... 


Annville 


...32 


54 

44... 

28 

50 

76.. 


.... Kirksville ... 
Waco 


52 
...64 


Berea High 
.... Kingston .... 
.. McKee 


74 

38 
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60 


Irvine 


43 


38 
44 


... Kingston .... 


...43 


.. Waco 


.57 


51 


Kirksville .... 


...63 







First Row: Garret, Ass't. Coach, Kilgore, Roark, Pullins, Blair, Kilgore, Church, Mgr., 

Coach Jones. 
Second Row: Routh, Mgr., Dean, Stephenson, Dash, Payne, Hawthorne, Parsons, Par- 

ris (not shown). 




SEA LIONS— STATE SWIMMING CHAMPIONS IN '53 and '54— B Class 



Standing: Coach Graham, Miller, 

Hoskins, Strunk, Moses, Parsons, 

Coach Gunkler. 
Kneeling: Rose, Stephenson, Noss, 

Routh. (Kneeling: Members of 

last year's team also.) 



— 83— 





CHEERLEADERS 
Left to Right: Jo Neely, Margueritte Hall, Gwynne Norman 




HI-Y 

Seated: T. Broyles, C. Penningon, D. Malott, R. Fritts, 

R. Brock. 
Standing: F. Messer, B. Shepherd, H. Smith, L. Thacker, V. 

Baker, C. Byrd, Mr. Drake, W. McCreary, C. Colvin. 



Y-TEENS 

Seated: S. Arnold, M. Collins, Miss Cooper, C. Spurlock, 

Jo Neely. 
Standing: F. Mays, A. Lamb, R. Williamson, R. Turner, 

K. Sanborne, P. Lovins, J. Shepherd, J. Ison, S. 

Miniard. 




DEBATING TEAM 

Wm. Ross, Jim Brady, Ken Thomp- 
son, Frank Hutchins, Chas. Noss, 
Mr. Drake, Coach ( not shown ) . 



BUSINESS CLUB 

Seated: A. Lamb, G. Kilgore, N. Lewis, C. Spurlock, N. Wade, M. Collins. 
Second Row: C. Runyon, H. Sparks, L. Hicks, G. Farley, M. VanHoose, 

R. Mitchell, Mr. Boes. 
Third Row: L. Mitchell, T. Broyles, C. Byrd, M. Byrd. 



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LION STAFF 

Seated: J. Ison, W. C. Rose, Editor; Faye Richardson, E. McClanahan. D. Holley. 
Standing: C. Radford, D. McClellan, S. Allen, E. Coffey, L. Bowles, J. Simons, W. 
Baker, D. Malott, R. Biggerstaff, F. Hutchins, Mrs. Wear, Faculty Advisor. 




THESPIANS 

K. Thompson, C. Noss, F. 
Hutchins, K. Morris, Jo 
Neely, J. Piersall, Lois 
Todd (not shown). 



FOUNDATION CHORUS 

D. Holley, K. Morris, D. Malott, O. Pennington, G. Lewis, E. Mc- 
Clanahan, B. Jenkins, J. Shepherd, R. Turner, J. Ison, C. Wallen, 
I. Ruth, Miss Edwards. 



OUR MAJOR PRODUCTION— 
THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE STREET 




FOUNDATION SENIOR BIOGRAPHIES 



BANKS. BETTE A.: Chorus 2; Bus. Club 4; Class Sec. 4; 
Berea Players 2; Folk Dancing. 

BELDEN, J. CARL: Class Pres. 1, 3; Thespians 4; Berea 
Players 3, 4; Lion Staff 1, 2, 3, Ed. 3; Basketball 
Mgr. 2, 3. 

BLANTAN, IRENE S.: Cheerleader 2, 3; Berea Players 2; 
Judic. Com. 2; Regional Music Contest. 

BRADY, JAMES A.: Berea Players 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Pres. Student Council 
4; Den Com. 3; Debating 4; Wrestling 4. 

BROYLES, TOMMY M.: Bus. Club 3, 4; Berea Players 
2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Judic. Com. 4; Student 
Council 3; Chimes Staff 4. 

BYRD, CAROLINE: Chorus 1; Y-Teens 3; Berea Players 
4; Bus. Club 4, Folk Dancing. 

BYRD, CHARLES R.: Hi-Y 3, 4; FFA 2; Fish and Game 
Club 1, 2. 

BYRD, MARY: Berea Players 2, 4; Scouts 2; Y-Teens 
2, 3; Bus. Club 4; Handbook Com. 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Chorus 1, Folk Dancing. 

CAMPBELL, MARY: Chorus 3. 

CHALMERS, JOHN C: Scouts 2. 

CLEVELAND, ALBERT E.: Basketball 3. 

CONLEY, MARY A.: Chorus 3; GAA 3, 4. 

CONLEY, NELDA: Berea Players 4; Bus. Club 3; Honor 
Roll 3; Folk Dancing. 

DASH, RAYMOND H: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Capt. 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 2; Vice-Pres. 3; Berea Players 4. 

DEAN. WILLIAM H: Basketball 3, 4, Capt. 4; Varsity 
Club 3, 4. 

DOTSON, NADINE F.: Scouts 1, 2; Y-Teens 1; Honor 
Roll 1, 2, 3; Chapel Com. 2; Bus. Club 3; Careers 
Day Com. 2, 3; Harmonica 4; Berea Players 3, 4. 

FELTY, KENT: Student Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3. 

HILE SUZANNE: Country Dancers 4. 

HUMFLEET, CAROLYN: Berea Players 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1,2. 

JOHNSON, LEAH JOYCE: Chorus 2, 3; Bus. Club 2; 
Berea Players 2,3; Lion Staff 2. 

LEWIS, NANCY LOUISE: Chorus 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 
Soc. Chm. 2, 3; Bus. Club 3, 4; Class Soc. Chm. 3; 
Judic. Com. 2; Lion Staff Asst. Ed. 3; Berea Players 
3, 4; Church Choir 4; Speech Festival 3. 

LLOYD, CLAUDELLA: Y-Teens 4. 
LOVINS, ALEDA: Y-Teens 3, 4. 



MOORE, MARY LOU: Chorus 1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Bus. Club 
1, 2; Class Treas. 3; Cheerleader 3; House Council 

1, 2, 3, Pres. 3; Rec. Com. 1; Report Conf. Com. 1, 2, 3. 

MORRIS, KENNETH DEAN: Chorus 2, 3, 4; Thespians 
3, 4; Treas. 4; Berea Players 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Class Treas. 4. 

NEELY, JOSEPHINE M.: Chorus 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Bus. Club 3; Thespians 
3, 4, Sec. 4; Berea Players 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Aqua- 
cade 3; Church Choir 3. 

NOSS, CHARLES G.: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 

2, 3, 4; Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; De- 
bating 4; Speech Festival 3, 4; Wrestling 4; Hi-Y 1; 
Harmonica 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Scouts 1, 2; Folk 
Dancing. 

PARRIS, TED: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4; Hi-Y 2; Tennis 
3; Bus. Club 3. 

PIERS ALL, JERRY R.: Berea Players 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 2; Band 2, 3. 

POWELL, MARY ELIZABETH: Chorus 1, 2; Class Sec. 
1; Student Council 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Berea 
Players 1, 3, 4; Chapel Com. 2. 

ROSE, WILTON C: Lion Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Ed. 4; Berea 
Players 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, Sec.-Trea. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3; Basketball Mgr. 3 
Student Council Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 
Judic. Com. 4; Tennis 3; Folk Dancing. 

ROSS, WILLIAM P.: Radio Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 1; 
Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Swim- 
ming 2, 3, Mgr. 3; Student Council 4; Chimes Staff 4; 
Varsity Club 3. 4; Debating 4; Speech Festival 4; 
Class Soc. Chm. 4; Handbook Com 3; Church Choir 1. 

SHEPHERD, LAUREL JEAN: Chorus 4; Y-Teens 4; 
Church Choir 4; Judic. Com. 4. 

SIMONS, JU ANITA: Bus. Club 4; Lion Staff 3, 4; Berea 
Players 2, 3, 4. 

THOMPSON, KENNETH H: Berea Players 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Thespians 2, Treas., 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Honor Roll 7, 
2, 3; Track 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt 3; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Lion Staff 2, 3; 
Harmonica 4; Church Choir 4; Judic. Com. 2, 3; 
Speech Choir 4; Aquacade 3; Debating 4; Speech 
Festival 3, 4; Class Pres. 1, 4; Folk Dancing. 

TODD, LOIS: Chorus 1, 2; Class Sec. 2, 3; Religious Act. 
Com. 1; Recreation Chm. 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; 
Berea Players 2. 3, 4, Exec. Com. 4; Honor Roll 1, 
2, 3. 

WATKINS, EWA LEE: Berea Players 4; Bus. Club 4; 
Aquacade 3; House Council 3. 

WILLIAMSON, RHONDA: Y-Teens 3, 4; Bus. Club 
Vice-Pres. 3; Judic. Com. 3. 



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Mr. Ted Cronk, Business Manager of Drama 



Preliminary tryouts for the drama at Phelp Stokes 





Final tryouts at the Indian Fort theater 




— 88 — 



Gwen Lanier, lead in drama, Mike Wilson also in drama 




Scene of Homecoming Festivities 



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OFFICERS: 

President, Dave Welch; Vice-Peesident, 
Bill Steely; Secretary, Louise Peace, 
Treasurer, Ted Adams; Parliamentar- 
ian, Ledford Austin. 



STUDENT 



ASSOCIATION 



Standing, left to right: Dean Allen, Charlie Evans, Jo Galloway, Jim 
Arnold, Ben Boyd, Charles Hutchins, Eugene Fraley, Frank Marsh, 
Tipton Baker, Russell Sammons, Mrs. Matthias, Winnie Fay Rob- 
erts, Artricia Campbell, Glenna Valentine. Seated — Ann McMur- 
ray, Hallie Price, Ledford Austin, Bill Steely, Dave Welch, Louise 
Peace, Ted Adams, Mr. Gilkerson, Dean Parkinson. 



Student 
Council 



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Women's 
Council 



First Row, left to right: Artricia Campbell, Ruth Neely, Ann McMurray, Sally Tappan, 
Rubynelle Waldrop. Second Row: Deanna Davis, Pat Cook, Jeanette Conn, Dean 
Allen, Wanda Norris, Joanne Austin, Mrs. Scrivner, Barbara Weaver. Third Row : 
Miss Macauley, Betty Zook, Jean Martin, Frankie Brannon, Mannon Blevins, Betty 
Reed, Dean Feltner, Edna Outlaw, Dale Wilds. 



Left to Right: Dean Parkinson, John Newcomer, Sherwood Mull, Allen Cooper, Keith 
Parker, Eugene Fraley, Dave Allen, Carl Seidomridge, Kyle Butler, Andrew Brad- 
ley, Reggie' Dickson, Wally Truesdale, Constantine Cappas. 



Men's 
Council 



—91- 





First Row, left to right: Emilye Hawkins, David Parry, Artricia Campbell, Betty jean 
Gasoway. Second Row: Rubynelle Waldrop, Ledford Austin, Connie Willard. 
Third Row. Gene Wratchford, Wilda O'Dell, Winnie Fay Roberts, Yau Manu, 
Rachel Critz, Mary A. Atkins, Blaine Tucker, Pat Parker, Jim Arnold, Myrna Taylor. 



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—92— 





Christian 



Youth 



Council 



First Row, left to right: Dr. Cornett, Connie Willard, Edwin Roach, Dorothy Newman, 
Jean B. Sargent. Second Row: D. S. Grubbs, Gene Wratchford, Mrs. Wear, Miss 
Masters, Lois Dych, Beth Meyer. Third Row: Jim Henry, Jerry Hubble, Blaine 
Tucker, Sloan Sotherlin, Rev. Fitzgerald, H. H. Cheng. 



Life 
Service 



Clay McCravy, Pete Thorns, Cedith Slaven, Simontha Vickers, Sally Boggs, H. H. Cheng, 
Dr. Keener, Jim Henry, Rita Manuel, Barbara Ward, Wanda Wilkerson, Ruth 
Shipman, Coy Honsuker, Jerry Surface, Delores Williams. 




-93 — 



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Don White, Bob Shields, H. H. Cheng, Mary Jane 
Hennessee, Eva Smith, David Parry. 



Don Hutcheson, Pete Thorns, Lil Everman, Wilma 
Mahaffey, John Austin, Roger Dean, Bob 
Dryman. 



World University Service 




Wilma Dych, Ruth Neely, 
Janet Cook, Dean Jones, 
Irene Lamb, Jane Greene, 
John Newcomer, Kelly 
Moss. 



—94 — 




First Row: Grace Piang, Choko Nakumura, Misako Higa, Frank Marsh, Raymond 
Collier, Charles Timberlake. Second Row: Delores Pennington, Vera McKinney, 
Ray Corns, Herbert Thomson, Carolyn Skeen. Third Row: Agnes Kuhlunigan, 
Astra Urjanis, Carolita Hamner, Mary Ann Atkins, Veree Thompson, Judy Graves, 
Jean Workman, Isabel Li, Yoon-Ai Choi. Fourth Row: Shirley Poole, Joy Alex- 
ander, Grace Curtis, Dorothy Lee, Wilma Riddle, Margaret Holbrook, Hallie Price, 
Harry Cho, Adelaide Gundlach, Eric Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Mikkal, Pierre Custot. 
Fifth Row: David Parry, Dene Southwood, Mike Parvaresh, Bob Pearson, John Lu, 
Constantine Cappas, Russell Moneyham, Dean Thompson. 



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First Row, left to right: Norma Tuller, James Henry, Mary Ann Atkins, Wilda O'Dell, 
Betty Perkins, Jesse Amburgy. Second Row: Glenna Valentine, Bob Dryman, 
June Torrence, Mary Presley, James Arnold, GIdays Sanko, Clara Halterman, 
Azalee Wilson, Rachel Baird, Winnie Faye Roberts. 



rhird Row: Pauline Cart, 
Ann Mattingley, Bonnie 
Hager, Alma Norfleet, Mr. 
Southwood, Bruce DeBruhl, 
Vernon Flynn, Ernest 
Baker. 



F.T.A. 



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Chapel Choir 



First Row: Mr. Rolf Hovey, Conductor; Mary 
Jane Bevins, Mickie Allen, Janice Reesor, 
Dorothy May, Betty Zook, Alleen Sump- 
ter, Barbara Tinsley, Pat Wright, Anita 
Hurst, Barbara Sanders, Alice Goforth, 
Dorothy Rogers, Helen Maynor. 



Keyboard 



Seated: Margaret Franke, Don Pease. Stand- 
ing: John Landrum, Violette Morris, Peg- 
gy Mask, Charles Yates, Mike Wilson, 
Alice Chen, Shirley Reed, Florence Davis, 
Anita Hurst, Betty Hensley, Ruth Bigger- 
staff, Janice Reesor. 



Women's Glee Cluk 



Lou Hysinger, Eleanor Brittian, Glenna Brown, 
Nancy Gaines, Helen Claycomb, Joanne 
Austin, Dorothy Couk, Miss Kysela, Wan- 
da Norris, Barbara Ward, Lola Sexton, 
Carol Mead, Jane South, Nancy Moore, 
Yvonne Nanney, Clara Davis, Margie 
Stevens. Jimmie Van Winkle, Wilma 
Mehaffey. 



— 96 — 






Band 



Collegians 



Barbara Tinsley, Joy Lewis, James Rose, Harold 
Owens, Dick Bowling, Jack Lewis, Bill 
Forbes. John Elder, Howard Campbell. 



Marvin Barton, Harold Owens, James Rose, 
Barbara Tinsley, Dick Bowling, Charles 
Bertram, Bill Forbes, Jack Lewis, Allen 
Cooper. 



—97— 







Billy Ed Wheeler, Margie Collins, Johnny Owens, Mary Roberts, Gene Lovely, Sue 
Hile, Garland Fuller, Judy Harris, Hugh Sutherland, Joyce Van Sant, John Dan 
Austin, Norma Smith, Martin Ambrose, Bertha Frazier, Eric Brown, Jewell Baldock, 
Mr. Frank Smith (Director), Lurline Newbolt, Tommy Huffman, Kathy San- 
borne, Harry Mustard, Edith Higgins, Jim Abies, Irene Lamb, Liz Potter. 




The purpose of the Country Dancers is to practice 
the Art of Folk Dancing, encourage the use of it, and to 
represent the College on various trips and tours. Mem- 
bership is open to all students on competitive basis. 

In 1940 the Country Dancers as we now know them 
was organized. The first president was Emery Hensley, 
who suggested the name of the organization. The present 
president is Billy Ed Wheeler. During the years of exis- 
tence the Country Dancers have represented the college 
at many folk festivals and on many tours all over the 
country, including the following places: University of 
California, Kansas City, Denver, San Jose State College, 
Cleveland, Ohio, University of Kentucky, Center College, 
Cumberland College, Ohio University, Miami University 
at Oxford, Ohio, Marietta College, Muskingum College and 
many local places. 






Country Dancers 






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Berea Players 



The Play's the thing — 

— Hamlet. 



TAU DELTA TAU 

Hugh Bailey, Del Hare, 
Pedie Counts, Martha 
Vickers, Jewel Baldock. 




Pi Alpha 




First Row, left to right: Jim Cass, Jack Farmer, 
Roy Cline, Gordon Jones, Orval Ayers, 
Jerry Cox, Ralph Ramey, Dave Allen, 
Pete Thorns, Mr. Roberts, Don Hutche- 
son, Tom Van Sant. Second Row: Rex 
Reynolds, Snowden Eisenhour, Jim 
Gaines, Tom Dawson, Jim Hyder, Mary 
Plummer, Charles Brown, Tom Holladay, 
George Ball, Sally Tappan, Don Nash, 
Ernest Lane, Julian Capps, Ken Moss, 
John Newcomer, David Zook, Cecil 
Nanney. 



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Tri Beta 



First Row, left to right: Moyer Edwards, Faye 
Alley, Ralph Ramey, Dr. Bangson, Second 
Row: Pete Thorns, Orval Ayers, Mr. Hart, 
Mr. Hull, Wayne Grogan, Mr. Gilkerson. 
Third Row: Bob Van Winkle, Mary Plum- 
mer, Bob Dorton, Julian Capps, Charles 
Yates, Charles Wilson, Leon Kirkland. 



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Sigma Pi Sigma 



First row, left to right: Tommy Holladay, Cecil 
Nanney, Mr. Strickler, Snowden Eisenhour, 
Barlow Newbolt. Second Row : John 
Newcomer, George Ball, Dr. Ross, Jim 
Hyder, Ernest Lane, Tom Van Sant, David 
Zook. 



—100— 



Chemical Society 



First Row, left to right: Bill Bruce, Bob Frye, 
Roy Cline, Don Nash. Second Row: Betty 
Burchett, Beryl Pressley, Joan Overton, 
Del Hare. Third Row: Ying-Nan Chiu, 
Wyatt Collins, Larry Saylor, Tom Dawson. 
Fourth Row: Dr. Levy, Gordon Jones, 
Dr. Capps. Fifth Row: Fred Greenberg, 
Lee Bobbin, Julian Gapps. 



Medical Science 



First Row, left to right: Norris Biggerstaff, 
Mrs. Norris Biggerstaff, Bob Moore, Bob 
Dorton, Ben Williams, Allen Cooper, Paul 
Estes. Second Row: Wayne Spiggle, 
Howard Wilson, Charles Bertrum, Astra 
Urjanis, Shirley Peterson, Thelma Foley, 
Janece Walters. Third Row: Ying-Nan 
Chiu, Ralph Coleman, George Prewitt, 
Harvey Musser, Frank Catron. Fourth 
Row: Dr. Jones, Julian Capps, Charles 
Wilson, Ken Moss, Don Kilbourne. 



Mathematics 



Left to right: Tommy Holladay, Mr. Wright, 
Tom Van Sant, David Jones, Jack Brown, 
Ernest Lane, George Ball, Astor Herrell, 
Mr. Westfall, Miss Stolle, Mr. Roberts. 




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Home Economics 



First Row: Jeanelle L. Baker, Irene Chu, Jua- 
nita Horton, Janet Boiling, Maxine Ran- 
dolph, Wanda Kincaid. Second Row: 
Virginia Whitson, Jane Brumback, Mar- 
garet, Bevins, Lena Williams, Evelyn 
Miller, Betty Kincaid, Barbara Byrd, Miss 
Nancy McClarey. Third Row: Shirley 
Garland, Barbara Reynolds, Clarene Rog- 
ers, Dot Kennen, Betty Saylor, Ruth King, 
Kathy Harris. Fourth Row: Helen Wes- 
ley, Miss Ruth Woods, Miss Ervilla 
Masters, Miss Agnes Aspenes, Wilma 
Jean Hall, Betty Hannah, Ruth Nichols, 
Dorothy Van Horn, Mary Frances Wade. 



Agriculture 



First Row, left to right: H. W. Grubbs, Paul 
Claiborn, Clayton O'Neil, Bob Eplee, Paul 
Sutton, Jim Carroll Gilbert, David Gil- 
lespie, O. C. Wise, Don Thomas. Second 
Row: Charles Larew, Elmer Gray, Robert 
Wilkerson, Winston Riddle, Bronelle 
Skaggs, Bob Hulver, Marvin Hutchins, 
Clyde Hall, Myles Compton, James 
Marion, Gwyn Campbell. Third Row: 
Houston Price, Jack Cummings, James 
Greer, Milton Boyce, Robert Wolfe, Thad 
Mills, E. C. Hogg, Dick Hipps, Bill Dan- 
iels, Ben Williams, Jack Feagen, Stan 
Comstock. Fourth Row: Harold Rice, 
Harry White, Charles O'Dell, Howard 
Greer, Blaine Tucker, Joe Derting, Dan 
Moore, Wesley Lambert. 




Ag-Home Ec. 



Front Row: Janet Rae Bowling, Juanita Hor- 
ton, Robert Goodson, Don Austin, Elmer 
Gray, Bob Hulver. Diagonal, bottom to 
top: Dan Moore, James Marion, Bronelle 
Skaggs, Charles Larew, O. C. Wise, Joe 
Derting, Don Ruggles, Miss Ruth Woods, 
Bill Daniels, Robert Eplee, Lucille Met- 
calf, Myles Compton, Margaret Holbrook, 
Mary Frances Wade, Lena Williams Clyde 
Hall, Jeanelle Baker, Helen Wesley, Shir- 
ley Garland, Ruby McKinney, Barbara 
Reynolds, Libby Waldroup, Clarene Rog- 
ers, Harold Rice. 



—102— 



Spanish 



Lillian Everman, Renee Dow, Alicia Del Cas- 
tillo, Vivian Hope, Rita Manuel, Carolyn 
Skeen, Myrna Taylor, Ronald Puckett, Bill 
Robinson, Artricia Campbell, Mary At- 
wood, Bill Toy, Carolyn Wilson, Doris 
Galliher, Mrs. Ruth de Gamboa, Miss 
Evelyn Montgomery, Don Hutcheson, Lois 
Dych, Joan Coy, Shirley Poole, Eva Smith, 
Beverly Wesley, Carolyn Brewer, Dale 
Wilds, Mr. and Mrs Thomas Hart. 



French 



First Row, left to right: Sylvia Hitchcock, Car- 
olyn Brasel. Second Row: Sarah Gouge, 
La Rue McMaham, Cora Davenport, Dr. 
Herbert Thomson, Carol Meade, Betty 
Pressley, Faye Davenport, Anita Hurst. 

Third Row: Cloyd Bumgardner, Miss E. Mont- 
gomery, Molly Myles, Mrs. Ruth De Am- 
boa, Miss Charlotte Ludlum, Azalee Wil- 
son, Carleen Hemric. Fourth Row: Don 
Cornett, David Parry, Harold Warren, 
Pierre Custot, Kak C. Kim. 



Business 



First Row, left to right: Bernard Davis, Jackie 
Mathews, Melda J. Compton, Peggy Smith, 
Jemmie Van Winkle, Mr. Weidler, David 
Grubbs. Second Row: Carl Seldomridge, 
Louise Peace, Ann Skidmore, Mirneal 
Compton, Merrell Jenkins, Mrs. Weidler. 
Third Row: Mr. Newbolt, Russell Gadd, 
Miss Lincoln, Lola Sexton, Mr. Chin, Miss 
Landau, Bill Page. Fourth Row: Ann 
McMurray, Harold Haga, Ted Adams, Eu- 
gene Fraley, Howard Fraley, Marvin 
Barton. 



—103— 





P.A.F. 



First Row, left to right: Ledford Austin, John- 
ny Harris, Jack Smith, Eddie Roach. Sec- 
ond Row: Mary Ann Atkins, Carolita 
Hamner, Alice Moore, Haliie Price. Third 
Row: Russell Sammons, Ray Corns, How- 
ard Miller. Fourth Row: Bruce DeBruhl, 
David Welch, Preston Stegana, Harry 
Cho, Isabel Li. Fifth Row: Kay Leslie, 
Edrow Adams, Yaw Manu, Betty Waldrop, 
Eleanor Burchell. Sixth Row: H. H. 
Cheng, Yoon-Ai Choi, Alice Sprinkle, 
Pedie Counts, David Parry, George S. 
Noss. 



English 



Eugene McLemore, Bertha Marine, Dr. Jerome 
Hughes, Thelma Splawn, Betty Watkins, 
Billy Ed Wheeler, Evelyn Adams, Fred 
Golder, Retha Brown, Rubynelle Wald- 
roup, Gwen Downs, Carolyn Wilson, Wal- 
lace Gosser. 




Twenty Writers 



Julia High, Mrs. Dene Southwood, Mrs. Ken- 
neth Thompson, Bess Holland, Pauline 
Cart, Rauol Le Blanc, Thomas Kreider, 
Dene Southwood, Harold Warren, Harry 
Smith. 



-104 — 



Geology 



First Row: Oscar Rucker, Sherwood Mull, Gen- 
eral Croucher, Bill Outlaw, Pete Shelton. 
Second Row: Monroe Smith, Dean Cor- 
nett, Jerry Cox, Jim Cass, Raoul LeBlanc, 
Mabel Herren. Third Row: Mary Conant, 
Don Hutcheson, Don Clark, Earl Gil- 
breath, Pat Spangler, Bill Toy. Fourth 
Row: Dave Allen, Ray Ashcraft, Myles 
Hayes, Mrs. Burroughs, Dr. Burroughs, 
Bill Richardson, Rex Reynolds, Tom 
Camper. 



Outing 



Dr. Gailey, Harry Mustard, Dr. Noss, Mr. 
Grossman, Sherwood Mull, Hugh Bailey, 
Pat Spangler, Tommy Brackett, Noland 
Stanley, Del Hare, Carl Brittian, Lee Bob- 
bin, H. H. Cheng. 



History, Pol. Sci. 



Johnny Harris, Dale Reedy, Sara Gouge, Louise 
Ogle, Betty Waldroup, Yoon Choi, Alice 
Sprinkle, Harry Cho, David Welch, Russ 
Sammons, David Parry, Loring Vance, 
Bruce DeBrul. 




—105- 




First Row, left to right: Dr. Clara Cooper, Judy Graves, Paul Powers, Wallace Trues- 
dale, Carol Colvard, Carl Sword, Shirley Poole, Mitchell Osteen, Miss Angli Wai. 
Second Row: David Gillenwater, Clarence White, Cloyd Johnson, Dr. Charles 
Shedd, Philip Conley, Paul Alien, Toby Shook, Fred Beddingfield, Dr. Kenneth 
Thompson. 



P 

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First Row: Margaret Parker, Dot Winston, Joy Alexander, James Burkley. Second 
Row: Eugene Fox, Devon Meek, Gerald Hubble, James Bailey, Lynn Lewallen, 
Royce Miller, Allan Sutphin. Third Row: Vera Clark, Frances Wilson, Jewell 
Cooke, Shirley Johnson, Barbara Hyder. Fourth Row: Bob Morgan, Kelly Moss, 
Bob Raines, Charles Larew, Bob Pearson. 



—106- 




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A few notes scrawled on the note pad, 
the incessant clickety-click-click of the 
typewriter as the news goes into the copy 
stage, and a rush to meet the Wednes- 
day noon deadline. 

Behind every edition of the weekly 
campus chronicle goes the unheralded 
work of those behind the scenes, the 
news editor who collects the tips and 
digs up the new leads; the reporters who 
ask the Who, What, Why, When, and 
Where; the typists who transfors the re- 
porter's efforts into decent copy; the 
copyreader, who's hawk-eye scrutiny 
catches the tiny error — then to the press 
to be set in lead — then back again the 
story comes to the proofreader who 
scans it, headlines are written, and the 
layout artist designs the page locating 
its position. 

— That's the life of a newspaperman 
— a scene re-enacted every week in pre- 
paring an edition of the PINNACLE 
to roll from the press on Saturday morn- 
ing. 



VOLUME 1 

cdnesdoy Noon 



L , Johnny Harris 

John Leeson 

Willis Todd 

Charles Counts 

J. C. Blanton 

Mary Ellen Yates 

Louise Ogle 

Dora Mae and Hugh Sutherland 

Ann Skidmore I _ 

Dene Southwood ■■ L 

Mr. George Kavanaugh % 1 

rig Vance, Lynn Finchum, JoAnn 
rl Seldomiidge, Wilbur Sellers, 
I, Lyle Underwood, Betty Bruce, 
in, Deb Dixon, Sona Eppenstein, 
y, Marcella Webb, Toby Wilson 
Johnson, Garland Fuller, Tommy 
Ihirley Willard, Vernida Shiflett 
•ton, Dot Baskette, Joan Howard 
vis, Roy Watson, Alice Sprinkle, 

Barbara Toy, Imogene Mullins 

Eddy Ford, Jim Buckley 

Emilye Hawkins, Jerry Halstead 
-_ Jerry Perry, Harold Warren 



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^CLE 



IT'S RIGHT TO KNOW 

URDAY, FEB. 19, 1955 



ihere and to help each stu- 
etermine the most qualified 
ate for each position, 
nitory discussion with the 
ites are planned and a 
for campaign speeches is 
led for March 24. 



tents To Attend 



(Editor's Note: First in a series ^ r t s * '" 
on how to fail in college) ji j^ C^L% 

1. Enter the course as late » ^V*l W 
possible. By changing yo>'- VSvV^J 

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A struggle to stay above the red line 
of financial indebtedness — a searing edi- 
torial — a triangular battle between PIN- 
NACLE, the Student Council, and the 
American Tobacco Company — all were 
elements in the turbulent life of the 
campus newspaper, 1954-55 style. 

As "Custodian of the Student's Right 
to Know," THE PINNACLE was never 
accused of dodging a controversal issue 
in breaking the news to the students. 

And back the PINNACLE was a fine 
staff, many on whom the spotlight of 
recognition never focused, who fought 
and worked to make the paper. 

Unpaid and unthanked they will re- 
main for the most part, but as Volume 1 
of THE BEREA PINNACLE, Centennial 
Edition, is closed — a tip of the hat to 
the representatives of the student press 
who served as a "Custodian of the Stu- 
dent's Right to Know." 



Van Hook, head of 

ry department, has a 

at the following Bere. 

11 attend: Ledford Aus- 

1 DeBruhl, Harry Cho, V &>* ' ^ 

iris, Louise Ogle, Dale *V f. 1 *^ 






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«- C S^ t0 \, ^ l e Alumni Association Society, now prai 
^ ■6^- ^eVea, Sunday, Oct. 3, to sprm g concert wh: 
a.dN^^scuss plans for Berea's Centen- Schubert's "Mass i 



SC ACTION LONG OVERDUE 

The Student 'Council, in its Wednesday meeting, discuss 
one item that has been long overdue. This was the matter 



Doris Kirk 




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Yea Blue! 

Yea White! 
Yea Team! 



Fight! Fight! 



Ann Wyatt 



—111— 




Darrell Crase 

Captain 
All K.I.A.C. 




Don Ruggles 
All K.IA.C. 





Irvin Shanks 
All K.I.A.C. 



Bill Masters 
All K.IA.C. 



MOUNTAINEERS 

RALLY TO SINK 

TRANSY 62-56 




BEREA TRIPS 

CENTRE 

62-54 FOR 

10TH WIN 



MOUNTAINEERS 

DROP 

BELLARMINE 

73-62 



—112— 




Crase Stars As Mountaineers Down Union 77-65 In Third KIAC Contest 



Joe Lake 



James Crase 



Ralph Fort 



Glen Higgins 







—113 — 




John Stapleton 






■1 


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3H ^H L~**^k"^'"1 



Joe Disco 



Arnold Thurman 



Jerry Hayes 
Johnny Hayes 






—114 — 







Kenneth Conn 



Aubrey Etherington 



Manager Dale Reedy 



Manager Bob Miller 
Manager Joe Neal 




Joel Campbell — 
old reliable 




Berea Routs 
Transy 



Berea 


75 


L. M. U 


...61 


Berea 


95 


C. Newman .... 


...53 


Berea 


83 


Union 


...75 


Berea 


80 


Wittenberg 


...79 


Berea 


78 


Villaimodonna 


...72 


Berea 


73 


Willmington .... 


...67 


Berea 


91 


Milligan 


.59 


Berea 


84 


L. M. U 


.70 


Berea 


73 


Bellarmine 


...62 


Berea 


62 


Centre 


...54 


Berea 


62 


Transylvania .... 


...56 


Berea 


56 


Ky. Wesleyan .. 


.66 


Berea 


...49 


Georgetown .... 


.69 


Berea 


85 


Willmington .... 


...66 


Berea 


76 


Union 


...78 


Berea 


73 


Centre 


...65 


Berea 


69 


Bellarmine 


...73 


Berea 


77 


Georgetown .... 


...80 


Berea 


79 


Transylvania 


76 




K.I.A.C. 


TOURNEY 




Berea 


77 


Union 


...65 


Berea 


76 


Transylvania .... 


...59 


Berea 


74 


Georgetown 


66 





Coach C. H. Wyatt in early November when he predicted 
his winning season. 



Mountaineers Win MAC Title In Tilt With Georgetown Tigers 



-116— 





Left to right: Coach Bob Jones, Bob Edwards, Captain Larry Peercy, Bob Peercy, David 
Hart, Gwyn Campbell. Not pictured: Cecil Nanney, Jack Duckworth, Charles 
Wilson. 



Cross Country 



Bob Edwards takes an early lead as Berea 
racks on another victory 



Heading the pack over the fence and up 
Dead Horse Knob goes Captain Larry 





O. H. Gunkler 
Director of Physical Education & Athletics 



Coach Robert Jones 



B CLUB 



First Row, left to right: Ray Rose, Les Winchester, Bob Peercy, Bod Ed- 
wards, Larry Peercy, Dave Hardwick, Gerald Jones, Paul Moores, Pete 
Thoms, Sonny Gibson. Second Row, left to right: Charles Wilson, 
Arnold Thurman, Bob Humphries, Bill Masters, Darrel Crase, Tom 
Holladay, Bob Gunkler, Luke Eldridge, Dave Allen. Third Row: O. H. 
Gunkler, Ralph Fort, Milton Boyce, Miles Hayes, Harold Rice, Julian 
Capps, Bill Daniels, Nevil Garrett. 



—118— 




I 

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FOOTBALL— 

Blue League — Guest House 
White League — Blue Ridge 1 
Playoff Game — Guest House 

CROSS COUNTRY— 

Individual — 
Team — Williams 



Intramural Managers Charles Evans, Dave Allen and Bob 
Dryman show evidence of the completion of another 
big and successful year in Berea's intramural program. 



BASKETBALL— 



HIGHLIGHTS 

OF 1954-1955 




Season — Pearson 2, Town & Pearson 1 

& Howard 1 
Tournament — Pearson 2 

PING PONG— 

Singles — Ronald Puckett 

HANDBALL— 

Singles — Ray Rose 



INTRAMURAL COUNCIL 

Seated, left to right: 
Carl Seldomridge 
Jack Mathews 
Lloyd Taylor 
Tip Baker 
Charles York 

Standing, left to right: 
Dave Allen 
Bob Humphries 
Arnold Thurman 
Miles Hayes 
Charles Bright 
Duell Sharp 



—119- 




Intramural 



—120— 




Rundown 



/ 



Guest Takes 
Football Title 



The six-man Guest House team which 
rolled to an 8 & won-lost record are shown 
huddled from left to right: 

John Anderson, Tommy Holladay, Stewart An- 
derson, Bob Dryman, Frank Catron, and 
David Jones. 



TOWN, PEARSON I AND 
HOWARD I 

Season Co-champs and owners of a record 
of 14 wins and 1 loss in regular play. 

Left to Right, seated: Tip Baker, Leon Welting, 
Carl Graham, Ray Rose, Pete Whitis. 
Standing: Coach Glenn Higgins, James 
Hammond, Bill Richardson, Eldon Powell, 
James Powell. 



Pearson II Takes 
Basketball Tourney 



The end of regular season intramural play 
found Pearson 2 sharing the title. The tourna- 
ment proved to be another story as the boys 
in the spotted trunks swept 4 straight games 
to take all the marbles. 

Kneeling, left to right: Bones Lanham, Tom 
Dawson, Doug Keeter, Gerald Parrish, 
Coach Ralph Neal, Jessie Amburgy, Blaine 
Tucker, and Hugh Perry. 



—121— 




w 



A 



A 




Ann West Williams 
President 



Frankie Brannan 
Vice-President 



Dot Crickenberger 
Secretary 



f 



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Frances Wilson 
Treasurer 



Pat Tempelton 
Program chairman 



Mary Washington 
Publicity chairman 



Miss Mernie Ziegler 
Sponsor 




Back: Teddy Watkins, Irene Lamb, Ruby Roten. Peggy Mask, Alice Sprinkle, Virginia 
Whitson, Mary Jane Houser, Irma Jo Reedy, Miss Zeigler, Sona Eppenstein, Janet 
Cook, Helen Leatherwood, Bessie Frizzel. Front: Dot Crickenberger, Beverly 
Tonne, Frances Reedy, Doris Hyatt, Pat Tempelton, Mary Washington, Ann 
West Williams. 



—123— 





The Pilgrims 
Below — On the Hockey Field, Berea vs. Eastern 



The Indians 
Below — Hiking home from the retreat 






1 


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eyball 





Basketball 





The Anna Smith Ants volley 
a little before the game 

Ann McMurry 
Lucille Metcalf 
Jo Ella Nuckols 
Braxton Crocker 
Marilyn Pattan 
Yvonda Tunnell 



More of the Pilgrims 

Audry Massey, Irene Lamb 
Alice Sprinkle, 
Mary Washington 



Modern Dancers 

Ann West Williams 
Ellen McClung 



All-Star Basketball Game 
Fairchild vs. All-Stars 



—125- 





—127— 



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—132— 



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BAKER & BAKER 



SUPPLY STORE 




t R I G I D A I R IE 



CHESTNUT STREET, 



BEREA, KY. Phone 384 



SHOP AT 



BARKER'S CLOTHING CENTER 

CLOTHES FOR THE "SON AND HIS DAD" 

WEST SHESTNUT STREET BEREA, KENTUCKY 



Old Kentucky Quilts 
Spring Air Mattresses 

Mattress Protection Pads 
Nursery Pads 
Quilted Pads 

Louisville Bedding Company 

LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Manufacturers of Fine 

Bedding for Over Sixty Years 



SENIORS: 

We Have Appreciated Your 
Patronage While You Have 
Been In Berea. 




ALLEN'S 
FLOWERS 



BEREA 



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PONTIAC CARS — GMC TRUCKS 


Compliments of 


JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS 
— Sales and Service — 


BEREA NATIONAL BANK 


HYMER MOTOR COMPANY 


CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 
$295 000 


Berea 






CHESTNUT STREET BEREA 


SERVING BEREA WITH WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


PETE MARINO 


Distributor 


Irvine Street Richmond, Ky. 


VISIT YOUR 


STANDARD OIL DEALER 


R. L. Powell, Dist. — W. Jefferson St. — Berea 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND .... 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 


. . . BEST WISHES TO 




THE SENIORS OF 


SENIOR CLASS 


BEREA COLLEGE 




DIXIE WAX PAPER CO. 


PAPER PACKAGE CO. 


P.O. Box 2607 


INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 


MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 




FROM 


A FRIEND 


SENIORS 




Little Mamma extends 


"80 MILES FRESHER" 


Best Wishes for the Future 




EITTEE MAMA'S 


NIC NAC 


Short Street — Berea 


POTATO CHIPS 


"The favored spot for Bereans to meet, 




to eat, and to chat." 









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COMPLIMENTS OF 

BEREA 

NOVELTY 

CO. 

"WEST END" 


BEST WISHES 
TO 

BEREA'S 

CLASS OF '55 

LACQUER SPECIALTIES, Inc. 

249 Avenue P 
NEWARK 5, NEW JERSEY 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

BEREA DRY CLEANERS 

YOUR CHOTHES' BEST FRIEND 
SHORT STREET 


FRUITS — VEGETABLES GROCERIES — MEATS 

B. & B. FOOD MARKET 

Self Service — Delivery Service 
Phones 21 and 191 Main Street 


"A CLEAN DEAL " 

Ash — Birch — Cherry 

Honduras Mahogany — Hard Maple 

Red Oak — White Oak 

Poplar — White Pine 

CHARLES F. SHIELS & CO. 

CINCINNATI 3, OHIO 


"Where Berea Co-eds 

Shop For Style And Quality" 

ZJne ^J\au-^J\eliu ^kop 

MAIN STREET 

IN 

BEREA 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND 



BEST WISHES 



From 



L&S 

AMERICA'S FINEST 

PRESERVES — JELLIES 

PICKLES & RELISH 

"Since 1884" 

Lutz & Schramm 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



EMMART'S MAGNOLIA BRAND 
HAMS — BACON — SAUSAGE — BEEF PRODUCTS 

EMMART PACKING COMPANY 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 



PROTECT YOUR HEALTH 

Use: Lee Clay Well Lining 
Septic Tanks 
Grease Traps 
Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile 

"See Your Local Building Material Dealer" 

LEE CLAY PRODUCTS CO., INC. 

CLEARFIELD, Rowan County, KENTUCKY 



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GENERAL BOX COMPANY 



P.O. Box 1974 
Louisville, Ky. 



THE E. T. SLIDER COMPANY 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Producers and Shippers of Washed and Screened 
SAND AND GRAVEL 

from the OHIO RIVER 

Plants: Louisville, Kentucky and New Albany, Indiana 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



The Lowe Brothers Company 



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Congratulations 
Seniors 

THE JOHNSON ELECTRIC 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

Distributors of 
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 

? 17-321 Sycamore St. 
"incinnati 2, Ohio 


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\WA K \ 50< NEVER BOUGHT A 

Mm B ^& ; \ CUTER leather purse 

**^H ^H ^B 9 easy to as- 

^^Bl^^^L ^H * can be 
^^^E^^^^^H / hanky 
^^^H ^V and coins. In three colors: 
^^^H ^^^ Chocolate brown, red or 
chamois chrome suede. 
KIT IS COMPLETE: Liveoal cowhide gusset is ready 
punched. Ample plastic lace. Suede draw strings. 
Easy instructions and carving pattern, ALL FOR kfl C 
THE AMAZING LOW PRICE OF JUppd 
Two larger sizes also available $2.00 and S3 00 

WRITE FOR FREE DO-IT-YOURSELF CATALOG 

TANDY LEATHER CO. (EST. W9) 

P.O. BOX 791 FORT WORTH. TEXAS 




GABBARDS RESTAURANT 

"A Good Place To Eat" 

CHESTNUT STREET BEREA, KENTUCKY 


L. T. FLAKE & SON 

169 North Limestone Street 
Lexington, Kentucky 

NOW... 

Rental Service for the 
Berea Community 

BEDS— WHEEL CHAIRS 
CRUTCHES— WALKERS 


CONGRATULATIONS 

TO BEREA COLLEGE ON THEIR 

CENTENNIAL YEAR 

BLANKE BAER 

EXTRACT AND 

PRESERVING CO. 

Manufacturer of 

WIN YOU BRAND 

Pure Food Products 

3224 South Kingshighway 
St. Louis 9, Missouri 



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VISIT THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS 

Renfro Valley Barndanee 



Renfro Vailey, Ky. 



Each and Every Saturday Night 



Haynliaiii's 



"SHOES OF DISTINCTION' 

For Men — Women — Children 

Florsheim — Freeman — Sandler — Johansen — Capezio 

LOUISVILLE— LEXINGTON— CINCINNATI— NASHVILLE 



CONGRATULATIONS TO '54 SENIORS 



SIMON ADES SONS 



COMPANY 



Gilbert S. Ades 
Saul B. Ades 



631 West Main 
Louisville 2, Ky. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Wm. GLENNY GLASS COMPANY 

"Comprehensive Service in Glass Requirements" 
10-16 West Commerce Street 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 



THE J. B. SCHRODER COMPANY 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 
MANUFACTURERS AND SPECIALISTS 
1117-1119 VINE STREET CINCINNATI 10, OHIO 



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WE CONGRATULATE BEREA COLLEGE 
ON 100 YEARS OF FINE WORK 



THE MENGEL COMPANY 

CORRUGATED BOX DIVISION 



FACTORIES at Louisville, Ky., Winston-Salem, N.C., New Brunswick, N. J., 
Nashville, Tenn., Fulton, N. Y. 



FOR ENDURING CHARM AND BEAUTY 
BUILD WITH 

FACE BRICK 

TEXTURES AND COLORS TO PLEASE THE BUILDER 

Sphar Brick Company 

Maysville, Ky. 
Specialists in Face Brick Since 1904 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



CRANE CO. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53 

YOUNG'S STORE 

Main Street Berea, Kentucky 

HOME OF QUALITY MERCHANDISE 



MEMBER CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '53 

M BEREA COLLEGE LAUNDRY 



WASHABLE 



Phone 

V"> LAUNORr SERVlC ZOZ 



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BEREA'S MOST MODERN 
FIREPROOF AIR-CONDITIONING 

EPLEE'S COURT 



"YINK" WESLEY 

42 Jackson St. 

Representing 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 

OF THE U.S. 




ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. 



ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Compliments Of 

Finnell 
Furniture Store 

Kelvinator Appliances 

Phone 292 Masonic Bldg. 

BEREA 



ee psake 

DIAMOND RINGS 




=s Choose with confidence at 

Horton's Jewelry 

Chestnut St. Bereo 



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BOONE TAVERN HOTEL 



"THE BEREA COLLEGE CENTENNIAL 
HOSPITALITY CENTER" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY 

DEALERS IN ... . Pyrofex Bottled Gas — Caloric Gas Ranges 

Chestnut Street 

Phone 468 Phone 2190 

BEREA, KENTUCKY RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 

phone ,so HEREA INSURANCE AGENCY 

ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 

KENNETH COFFEY, Agent 

SHORT STREET BEREA, KENTUCKY 

CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 



McAFEE PHARMACY 

— Courteous Friendly Service — 
Main Street 



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Berea College Student Industries 

BEHEA, KENTUCKY 







TRANE 



Louisville Sales Office 
327 Fincastle Bldg. 

Louisville, Kentucky 
Phone: Amherst 251 1 



HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING 
VENTILATING • HEAT TRANSFER EQUIPMENT 



THE TRANE COMPANY— Main Offices & Plants— LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN 



THE GRILL RESTAURANT 

BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER 

MRS. LUCY GILBERT 

SHORT STREET 
"WHERE FRIENDS AND FACULTY MEET" 




BEREA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

"Growing In Strength Through Service" 
ALL TYPES OF BANK SERVICES FOR YOUR NEEDS 



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"Congratulations to Berea in its Centennial" 



SCRUGGS AGENCY, INC. 



BEREA, KENTUCKY 



L^onarcLLulah 



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to the graduating class of 1955 
and to the Faculty on the occa- 
sion of the Centennial Anniver- 
sary of Berea College. 



churchill weavers 

INCORPORATED 

BEREA 
KENTUCKY 





good n' fresh 




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Mattson 
Studio 



Ebba Jean Mattson and Warren Brunner 



OFFICIAL CHIMES PHOTOGRAPHER 

PORTRAIT— CANDID 

COMMERCIAL— PHOTO FINISHING 

CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES 



CONTACT MATTSON'S STUDIO 

To reorder portraits appearing in this issue of the Chimes 



PHONE 878 



SHORT STREET 



BEREA, KENTUCKY 



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BEREA THEATRE 



AND 



GRANGER ANTIQUES 

Congratulations to Berea on Their 100th Birthday 
. . . From Two of the Class of '31 




BEREA COLLEGE 
STORE 

Newly Remodeled for Better Service 
and More Efficiency! 

DESIGNED FOR YOU! 
MAINTAINED FOR YOU! 



Mr. Hays and Mrs. Griffith 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

STATE BANK and TRUST CO. 

RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 

Member Federal Reserve System 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




NEWLY REMODELED . . . 

DIXIE KITCHEN 

Chestnut Street 
BEREA, KENTUCKY 




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INDEX 



Abbott, Paula % 

Abies, James 98 

Adams, Edro 104 

Adams, Evelyn 24, 104 

Adams, Ted 24, 90, 103 

Adkins, Fred 68 

Adkins, Evelyn 64 

Alexander, Joy 57, 95, 105 

Alexander, Ruth 57 

Allen, Dave 21, 22, 24, 90, 91 

104, 118, 119 

Allen, Marie 57 

Allen, Mickie 57, 96 

Allen, Paul 106 

Alley, Betty 24 

Alley, Fay 100 

Alvis, Jo Ann 72 

Ambrose, Martin 57, 98 

Amburgey, Jesse 52, 95, 121 

Anderson, Betty Sue 70 

Anderson, Stewart 24, 121 

Anderson, James 64 

Anderson, John 24, 121 

Angel, Fay 64 

Arms, Wayne 64 

Armstrong, Ed 57 

Arnold, James 24, 90, 92, 95 

Arrington, Mary 64 

Ashcraft, Raymond 52, 105 

Asher, Carty Ann 64 

Atkins, Mary Ann 57, 92, 95, 104 

Atwood, Mary 50 

Austin, Betty 72 

Austin, Donald 52, 102 

Austin, Joanne 51, 91, 96 

Austin, John 63, 64, 94, 98 

Austin, Ledford .... 22, 24, 90, 92, 104 

Ayers, Orval 25, 100 

Ayers, Robert 64 

Azbill, Peggy 58 

Baber, Larry 64 

Bailey, Hugh 52, 99, 105 

Bailey, Jimmy 64, 106 

Baird, Wallace 64 

Baird, Rachel 52, 95 

Baker, Ernest 58 

Baker, Tipton 90, 119, 121 

Baker, Jeanelle 25, 102 

Baker, Robert 58 

Baldock, Jewel 25, 98, 99 

Ball, Cora 72 

Ball, George 25, 100, 101 

Ballard, Sally 70 

Barker, Julia 52 

Barnes, Irene 58 

Barnett, Geraldine 64 

Barton, Marvin 52, 97, 103 

Baskette, Dorothy 52 

Battle, Mary Lou 52 

Baucom, Donald 58 

Beddingfield, Fred 64, 105 



Beijan, Fereshteh 64 

Belcher, Kelly Zane 64 

Bell, Irene 74 

Bennett, Helen 50 

Bennett, Faye 58, 96 

Benning, Audrey Faye 64 

Bertram, Charles 64, 97, 101 

Bess, Melvin 25 

Best, Billy Fay 64 

Bevins, Margaret 52, 102 

Bevins, Mary Jane 58, 96 

Bickford, Alene 52 

Biddix, Edwin 52 

Biggerstaff, Letty 58 

Biggerstaff, Norris 58, 101 

Bise, Shirley 64 

Bishop, Nancy 25 

Blackburn, Harold 58 

Blanton,J. C 58, 108 

Blevins, Mannon 91 

Bobbitt, Leroy 22, 25, 101, 105 

Boggs, Sally Sue 58, 93 

Boley, Nancy Lee 64 

Booher, Lois Margaret 64 

Bouton, Betty Lou 74 

Bowling, James 64 

Bowling, Janet 26, 49, 102 

Bowling, Richard 64, 97 

Boyce, Milton 52, 102, 118 

Boyd, Den Cook 64, 90 

Boyd, Margaret Nena 64 

Brackett, Tommy 105 

Bradley, Andrew Jackson 90 

Brandenburg, J. C 64 

Brannon, Frances 52, 91, 123 

Brasel, Carolyn 58, 103 

Brashear, Doralyn 74 

Brewer, Carolyn 103 

Bright, Charles 119 

Brittain, Barbara 64 

Brittain, Carl 52, 105 

Brittain, Margaret Marie 70 

Brittain, Elinora 58, 96 

Brockman, Joanne 58 

Brown, Billie Mae 64 

Brown, Charles 52, 59 

Brown, Eric 58, 95, 98 

Brown, Glenna 58, 96 

Brown, Norma Jean 52 

Brown, Retha 26, 104 

Brown, Phyllis Ann 64 

Brown, Jack 52, 101 

Bruce, Berty 58 

Bruce, Billy 52, 101 

Brumback, Jafie 52, 102 

Bryan, Robert Edwin 51 

Bryant, Sammy 57, 58 

Buchanan, Betty Lou 64 

Buchanan, Donald 58 

Buck, Franklin 52 

Buckley, James 52, 106 

Bumgardner, Cloyd 58 

Burchell, Eleanor 22, 26, 104 



Burchett, Betty 26, 10] 

Burrell, Frances 64 

Burton, James 64, 96 

Buster, Christine 58 

Butler, Kyle 91 

Byrd, Barbara 52, 102 

Cable, Joe 26 

Campbell, Frank 58, 97 

Campbell, Gwyn 102, 117 

Campbell, Marshall 58 

Campbell, Richard 64 

Campbell, Artricia 20, 52, 90, 92 

100, 103 

Camper, Tommy 52, 105 

Cappas, Constantine 26, 91, 95 

Capps, Ella 70 

Capps, Julian 22, 26, 49, 100 

101, 118 

Carroll, Shirley 64 

Cart, Pauline 26, 104 

Carter, David 58 

Casada, Vista 70 

Case, Eleanor 22 

Cass, James 27, 100, 105 

Cass, Owen Ryland 64 

Castillo, Alicia del 50, 103 

Catron, Frank 121 

Caudill, Doris 64 

Caudill, Wilma 64 

Chaney, Reva 74 

Chen, Alice 27, 96 

Cheng, Cheng-Yin 27 

Cheng, H. H 27, 93, 94, 104, 105 

Chiu, Ying-Nan 27, 101 

Cho, Harry 22, 28, 95, 104, 105 

Choi, Yoon Ai 27, 95, 104, 105 

Chu, Irene 102 

Claiborne, Paul Roy 58, 102 

Clark, Tommy 52 

Clark, Vera Pauline 106 

Clarke, Charles 105 

Claycomb, Helen 58, 96 

Claytor, Robert 28, 96 

Cline, Roy 28, 100, 101 

Clontz, Sue 64 

Clotfelter, Ada Ruth 70 

Coe, Violet 28 

Coleman, Emma 64 

Coleman, Ralph 63, 64, 101 

Colgan, Robert 58 

Collier, Jo Anne 74 

Choko, Nakamura 50 

Collier, Raymond 58, 95 

Collins, Marjorie 98 

Collins, Wyatt 28, 101 

Colyard, Carol 64, 106 

Colvard, Dorothy June 52 

Compton, Melda Jean 103 

Compton, Mirneal 52, 103 

Compton, Myles 52, 102 

Comstock, Stanley 52, 102 

Conant, Mary 28, 105 



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Conley, Phillip 106 

Conn, Jeanette 64, 91 

Conn, Kenneth 64, 115 

Cook, James Elwood 64 

Cook, Janet 58, 123 

Cook, Patricia 52, 91, 94, 111 

Cooke, Anna 74 

Cooke, Jewell 52, 106 

Cooksey, Patricia 64 

Cooper, Alan 58, 91, 101 

Cooper, Emma 28 

Cooper, Allen 28, 97 

Corbin, Allen 52 

Cornett, Donald 58 

Cornett, Madge 64 

Cornett, Dean 105 

Cornette, Emma Ruth 58 

Corns, Ray 52, 95, 104 

Couch, Viola 72 

Couk, Dorothy 27, 49, 96 

Counts, Charles 52, 99, 104, 108 

Cox, Glenna Ruth 58 

Cox, Norman 52, 100, 105 

Coy, Joan 29, 103 

Crase, Darrell 112, 118 

Crase, James 113 

Crickenberger, Dot 29, 123 

Critz, Rachel 58, 92 

Crocker, Faye Brazton 29, 125 

Croucher, General 29, 105 

Crowder, Tinsley 29 

Cullop, Harold 64 

Cummins, Jack 58, 102 

Custot, Pierre 50, 95, 103 

Daniel, William 29, 102, 118 

Daniels, Patsy Ann 64 

Davenport, Cora 52, 103 

Davenport, Thelma 65 

Davis, Bernard 52, 103 

Davis, June 57, 58 

Davis, Clara Jean 65, 96 

Davis, Doris 65, 91 

Davis, Florence 96 

Davis, Mary 52 

Dawson, Thomas 100, 101, 121 

Dean, Roger 65, 94, 95 

Deane, Delia 72 

DeBruhl, Bruce 22, 29, 104, 105 

Denny, Feme 21, 22, 29 

Derting, Joe 30, 102 

Dickson, Reginald 58, 91 

Dimsdale, Dorothy 52 

Disco, Joe 114 

Dixon, Deborah 65 

Dodson, Anna Ruth 58 

Dorton, Robert 30, 100, 101 

Douty, Hope 30, 96 

Doury, Shirley 52, 96 

Dow, Renee 52, 103 

Downes, Gwen 52, 104 

Drew, Marion 58, 96 

Drinnon, Herbert 58 

Dryman, Robert .. 52, 94, 95, 119, 121 
Duckett, Imogene 58 



Duckworth, Jack 65 

Dunigan, Geraldine 65 

Dunn, Benjamin 52 

Duvall, Mary E 70 

Dych, Lois 58, 93, 103 

Dych, Wilma 58, 94 

Dyer, Marguerite 62, 111 

Earles, Emmitt Hampton 58 

Early, Maxine 30, 102 

Edwards, Moyer 30, 100 

Edwards, Robert 30, 117, 118 

Eisenhour, Snowden 100 

Elder, John 65, 97 

Eldridge, Luke 118 

Elkins, Bobby 52, 96 

Ellis, Byrd 70 

Ellis, Jeannine Faye 65 

Eplee, Robert 30, 102 

Eppenstein, Sona 65, 123 

Estes, Paul 30, 101 

Etherington, Aubray 115 

Evans, Charles 90, 119 

Evans, Lyda 58 

Everman, Lillian 31, 94, 105 

Fadely, Barbara 65 

Farmer, Violet 52 

Farmer, Jack 31, 100 

Feagan, Jack 59, 102 

Feagan, Jill 65 

Feltner, Wanda Jean 59 

Fiechter, Tevis Annette 65 

Finchum, Lynn 59 

Fine, Julia Pearl 65 

Fish, William 59 

Flanery, Eunice 74 

Flynn, Vernon 52 

Foley, Thelma Edith 74, 101 

Forbes, Delores 65 

Forbes, John William 52, 97 

Ford, Carl Edward 65, 109 

Fort, Ralph 52, 113, 118 

Foshee, Peggy Lee 59 

Fox, Harvey Eugene 106 

Fraley, Eugene 31, 90, 91, 103 

Fraley, Howard Lee 52, 103 

Franklin, Janice 65 

Frazier, Bertha 53, 98 

Frizzell, Bessie 59, 123 

Frye, Robert 101 

Fuller, Garland 31, 98 

Gabbard, Eva Frances 68 

Gabbard, Greta 59 

Gabbard, Lillie 31 

Gabbard, Peggy 65 

Gabrieal, Thomas 59, 96 

Gaby, Ann 20, 31 

Gadd, Russell 31, 103 

Gaines, James 53, 100 

Galliher, Doris 59, 109 

Galloway, Joann 59, 90 

Garland, Shirley 31, 102 

Garrett, Nevil 53, 118 

Gasaway, Betty Jean 59, 92 



Gatliff, Jack 59 

Geyer, Betty Sue 59 

Gibson, Kathleen 59 

Gibson, Louise 32 

Gibson, Sammy 53, 118 

Gibson, Virgie 68 

Gilbert, Carroll 102 

Gilbreath, Earl 53, 105 

Gillenwater, David 68, 106 

Gillespie, David 61, 102 

Gilliam, Penman Runyon 68 

Gilliam, Silas Whitsel 59 

Gochenour, Ralph 65 

Godby, Louis 59 

Godby, Shirley 53 

Goforth, Alice 59, 96 

Golder, Fred 53, 104 

Gooch, Anna Jean 72 

Good, Don 32, 22, 96 

Goodson, Bob 32, 102 

Gosser, Wallace 32, 104 

Gouge, Sarah 59, 103, 105 

Graham, Carl 121 

Graves, Judy 65, 95, 106 

Graves, Ronnie 59 

Gray, Elmer 53, 102 

Green, Betty 32 

Greenberg, Fred 32, 101 

Greene, Jane 59, 94 

Greer, James 32, 102 

Gresse, Ruth 65 

Grider, Sam 53 

Grizzle, Carol , 53 

Grogan, Wayne 100 

Grogan, Joyce 53 

Grove, Bob 102 

Grubbs, Dave 33, 93, 103 

Guffey, Ann 59 

Gunkler, Bob 118 

Gwinn, Ruby 32 

Haga, Harold 33, 103 

Hager, Bonnie 33 

Holcomb, Wallace 34 

Haley, Wilma 72 

Hall, Clyde 33, 102 

Hall, Mary 65 

Hall, Wilma 102 

Halstead, Jerry 65 

Halterman, Clara 95 

Hamilton, Dolly 65 

Hammond, James 121 

Hammond, Lois 65 

Hammons, Nora 65 

Hamner, Carolita 95, 103 

Hampton, Ann 72 

Hanna, Doug 65 

Hanna, Nancy 70 

Hannah, Betty 53, 102 

Hardwick, David 118 

Hare, Del 33, 99, 101, 105 

Hare, Annette 65 

Harkleroad, Gene 53 

Harper, Gayle 33 

Harrill, James 65 

Harrill, Steve 65 



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Harris, John 22, 33, 104, 105, 108 

Harris, Judith 98 

Harris, Katheryn 20, 59, 102 

Harrison, Herbert 33 

Harrison, Shirley Ann 65 

Hart, David 59, 117 

Harth, Kathleen Y 53 

Hartzog, Everette F 34 

Harvey, Ellen P 59 

Harvey, Roebertha L 74 

Hatfield, Cecil Edward 65 

Hatter, Norman Dewey 65 

Hawkins, Emilye 20, 59, 92, 109 

Hayes, Irma Broxton 65 

Hayes, Jerry Richarrd 114 

Hayes, John Smith 114 

Hayes, Miles Oren .... 53, 105, 118, 119 

Hayes, Sidney Neil 65 

Haynes, Carolyn Ruth 65 

Heatherly, Anna Lou 65 

Hemphill, Charles Y 59, 103 

Henderson, Troy Vaughn 59 

Hennessee, Mary J 74, 94 

Henry, James G 59, 93, 95 

Hensley, Elisabeth E 65, 96 

Hensley, Helen Louise 59 

Henson, Helen Frances 74 

Herrell, Astor 59, 101 

Herren, Mabel C 53, 105 

Hicks, Howard Kit 59 

Hicks, Tommy Roger 65 

Higa, Misako 34, 95 

Higgins, Dorothy Lynn 34 

Higgins, Edith Louise 59, 98 

Higgins, Edith Thelma 53 

Higgins, Glen W 59, 113, 121 

Hipps, Richard 59, 96, 102 

Hitchcock, Sylvia A 53, 103 

Hoff, Clyde Beckham 59 

Hogan, John Wesley 59 

Holbrook. Margaret 34, 95, 102 

Holcomb, Anna Lucille 59 

Holcomb, Carrie E 59 

Holladay, Thomas M 53, 100, 101 

118, 121 



Holland, Bessie Belle 53, 104 

Holsapple, Wesley F 65 

Holt, Ernie J 59 

Holt, Hazel Louise 72 

Hope, Vivian Ruth 59, 103 

Home, Faye Iona 53 

Horton, Juanita F 34, 102 

Houser, Mary Jane 65, 123 

Howard, Joan 57, 59 

Howell, Lettye Ann 65 

Hubble, Gerald B 59, 93, 106 

Huff, Eugene 53 

Huffman, Thomas C 53, 98 

Hughes, Joyce Y 59 

Hulver, Robert F 34, 102 

Humphries, Robert 35, 118, 119 

Hunsucker, Coy Kate 59, 93 

Hunter, Stephen Morgan 65 

Hurst, Anita L 65, 96, 103 



Hurst, Betty Carol 65 

Hurt, Clarence Ray 53 

Hurt, Jo Ann 65, 109 

Hutcherson, Donald 35, 94, 100 

103, 105 

Hutchins, Anne G 96 

Hutchins, Charles A 53, 90 

Hutchins, Marvin D 35, 102 

Hyatt, Doris Ann 53, 123 

Hyder, Barbara Anne 65, 106 

Hyder, Christine Joyce 65 

Hyder, Doris Langford 53 

Hyder, James Edward 35, 100 

Hysinger, Lou Darilyn 59, 96 

Irwin, Earlene Joan 74 

Ison, Eula Elline 35 

Israel, Rosa Lee 35 

Jackson, William Devon 60 

Jarvis, Marquetta 53 

Jenkins, Merrell 35, 103 

Jennings, Julianna J 63, 66 

Johnson, Barbara Mescal 59 

Johnson, Cloyd J 66, 106 

Johnson, Janice J 66 

Johnson, Patricia E 59 

Johnson, Shirley B 66, 106 

Johnson, Samuel S 66 

Johnson, Arthur D 20, 53, 101, 121 

Jones, Betty Jo 66 

Jones, Carlen G 51, 53, 100, 101 

Jones, Dean Tandy 59, 73 

Jones Gerald D 118 

Jones, William Denver 59 

Jones, Nan Swan 35 

Kee, Alice Merle 66 

Keeter, Douglas Reid 121 

Kennon, Dorothy Kaye 53, 102 

Kilbourne, Donald E 101 

Kim, Kak Choong 50, 103 

Kincaid, Betty Carol 53, 102 

Kincaid, Shirley Yvonne 66 

Kincaid, Wanda Lee 36, 102 

Kincer, Sara Lyndia 60 

King, James Joseph 60 

King, Mary Ruth 36, 102 

King, Rhonda Ann 70 

Kirk, Doris Ann 51, 53, 111 

Kirk, Paul Frederick 67, 96 

Kirkland, Armon Leon 36, 100 

Kirkland, Poarch Eugene 66 

Kulungian, Agnes 96 

Lake, Joe Allen 60, 113 

Lake, Mabel Janette 60 

Lamb, Irene M 66, 94, 97, 123, 125 

Lambert, William W 36, 102 

Lamm, Ronald Wayne 66 

Lance, Mary Frances 66 

Landis, Margaret Ruth 53 

Landrum, John H 53, 95, 121 



Landrum, Ruby Doritah 74 

Lane, Ernest 36, 100, 

Lanier, Gwen ; 

Larew, Charles 53, 102, 106 

Laswell, June 72 

Lawless, Sue 66 

Leach, Barbara 36 

Leach, Bill 36 

Leatherwood, Jane 123, 126 

LeBlanc, Raoul 53, 104, 105 

Lecky, Anna Fay 66 

Ledford, Barbara 72 

Lee, Dorthy 36, 95 

Leeson, John 53, 108 

Legg, Anna Lee 66 

Lehman, Doris 66 

Leslie, Kay 53, 104 

Lester, James 60 

Lewallen, Lynn 66, 106 

Lewis, Burnice 60 

Lewis, Cedric 53 

Lewis, Eula 74 

Lewis, Jack 53, 97 

Lewis, Jana Lee 37 

Li, Isabel 36, 95, 104 

Lickliter, Lou Ann 66 

Littleton, Juanita 66 

Long, Ruby 72 

Looney, Gay 53 

Lovely, Gene 22, 37, 98 

Lu, John 37, 95 

Lutz, Rose 73 

Lytton, Mary 66 

McAfee, Mary 66 

McCarthy, Lois 66 

McClung, Ellen 125 

McCollum, Lois 60 

McConnell, Floyd 66 

McConnell, Russ 60, 111 

McCravy, Clay 60, 93 

McCreary, Mae 74 

McCutchen, Tom 60 

McDavid, Gail 60 

McGlone, Omer 53 

Mcintosh, Barbara 66 

McKinney, Cecelia 37 

McKinney, Ruby 53, 102 

McKinney, Vera 60, 95 

McLain, Barbara 66 

McLemore, Eugene 22, 37, 104 

McLemore, Jimmy 57, 60 

McMahan, La Rue 37, 102 

McMillian, Michael 66 

McMillian, Nathaniel 37 

McMurray, Ann 37, 90, 91, 103 

125 

Mahaffey, Wilma 66, 94, 96 

Maltby, Joe 66 

Manu, Yaw 92, 104 

Manuel, Rita 53, 93, 103 

Marcum, Elizabeth 60 

Marine, Bertha 38, 104 

Marion, James 53, 102 

Marr, Mary Margaret 73 

Marsh, Frank 66, 90, 95 

Marshall, Martha 71 



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Martin, Ida May 60 

Martin, Mary Jean 66, 91 

Mask, Peggy 60, 96, 123 

Massey, Audrey Kay 66, 125 

Masters, Billy 38, 112, 118 

Masters, James Robert 66 

Matthews, Jackie 38, 113, 119 

Mattingly, Anna 38 

May, Dora Lou 66 

May, Dorothy Evelyn 60, 96 

Maynor, Helen 53, 96 

Meade, Carol 60, 103, 96 

Meadows, Sylvia Jean 66 

Meece, Avery Roger 60 

Meek, Devon Walter 60, 105 

Messer, Mary Ellen 53 

Metcalf, Lucille 38, 102, 125 

Meth, Michael 38 

Meyer, Beth 38, 93, 96 

Miller, Janet 66 

Miller, Evelyn 38, 102 

Miller, George 54 

Miller, Harold David 66 

Miller, Howard Pierce 104 

Miller, Pearlie 73 

Miller, Robert 66, 115 

Miller, Royce 60, 106 

Mills, Sammie 73 

Mills, Thad 54, 102, 96 

Mims, Bonnie Sue 66 

Minnix, Sylvia 66 

Miracle, Joetta 66 

Mitchell, Kenneth 54 

Moneyham, Russell 60, 95 

Moore, Alice 54, 104 

Moore, Charles 66 

Moore, Daniel 20, 54, 102 

Moore, Glen 60 

Moore, Howard 66 

Moore, Myrtus 74 

Moore, Nancy 95 

Moores, Paul 60, 118 

Morelock, Mary Rhea 54 

Morgan, Bobby Joe 66, 106 

Morgan, Edward Lee 66 

Morgan, Robert 66 

Morris, Bobby 60 

Morris, Margaret 66 

Morris, Violette 60, 95 

Morrison, Mary Lee 60 

Morrison, Roy 39 

Moss, Kelly G 66, 94, 100, 106 

Moss, Kenneth 39, 101 

Mull, Sherwood 34, 91, 96, 105 

Mull, Shirley 73 

Mullins, Imogene 66, 109 

Mullins, Mary Mabel 74 

Mullins, Virginia K 39 

Murphy, Bernard D 66 

Musser, Bettyann R 67 

Musser, Doris Hinkle 71 

Musser, Harvey A 39, 96, 101 

Mustard, Harry 54, 98, 105 

Myles, Molly 39 



Nakamura, Choko 95 

Nanney, Cecil 39, 100 

Nanney, Yvone 60, 96 

Nash, Don 101 

Neal, Joe 60, 115 

Neal, Ralph 39, 121 

Neely, Ruth 91, 94 

Nelson, Mary 67, % 

Newbolt, Barlow 96, 100 

Newcomer, John 40, 91, 94, 100 

Newman, Dot 40, 93 

Nichols, Ruth 54, 102 

Nickell, Jimmie 40 

Norfleet, Alma 40 

Norris, Wanda 40, 91, 96 

Nuckols, Jo Ella 20, 40, 125 

O'Dell, Charles 60, 102 

O'Dell, Wilda 92, 95 

Ogle, Louise 40, 105 

Ogle, Mary 54 

Ogle, Milton 40 

Oldaker, Barbara 41 

O'Neil, Clayton 41 

Oppenheimer, Pat 54 

Osborne, Shirley 60 

Osteen, Sylvene 73 

Osteen, Mitchell 67, 106 

Outlaw, Billy 41, 105 

Outlaw, Edna 60, 91 

Overton, Jo Ann 54 

Owen, John 57, 98 

Owens, Harold 67, 97 

Page, William 103 

Parker, Celia 96 

Parker, Delma 71 

Parker, Keith 63, 67, 91 

Parker, Lowell 67 

Parker, Margaret 106 

Parker, Patricia 54, 92 

Parks, Nancy 67 

Parhsh, Gerald 60, 121 

Parrich, Helen 41 

Parry, David 54, 92, 94, 95, 103 

104, 105 

Parvaresh, Mike 94 

Patton, Marilyn 41, 125 

Payne, John 60 

Peace, Louise... 20, 21, 22, 41, 90, 103 

Pearson, Robert 41, 95, 106 

Pease, Donald 41, 96 

Peercy, Larry 42, 117, 118 

Peercy, Robert 42, 117, 118 

Pennington, Frances 42 

Pennington, Dolores 95 

Pennington, Shirley 67 

Peppers, Joan 60 

Perkins, Betty 54, 95 

Perry, Huey 121 

Perry, Jerry 57, 60 

Perry, Joyce 67 

Peters, Nellie 60 



Petersen, Shirley 67, 100 

Phillips, Annette 60 

Phillips, Autumn Joy 67 

Phillips, Marie 71 

Philpot, Marvin 67 

Piang, Grace 50, 95 

Pilgrim, Nancy 60, 96 

Ping, Jack 42 

Plummer, Mary 54, 100 

Poling, Jr. Franklin 42 

Poole, Shirley 95, 103, 106 

Potter, Elizabeth 20, 21, 42, 98 

Potter, Lois 73 

Powell, Eldon Franklin 121 

Powell, James 121 

Power, Paul 67, 106 

Powers, Wendell 54, 96 

Preece, Helen 74 

Presley, Mary 68, 95 

Pressley, Bernice 101 

Pressley, Betty 54, 103 

Prewitt, George 54, 101 

Price, Huston 60, 102 

Price, Hallie 54, 90, 95, 104 

Price, Mattie Jane 60 

Profitt, Wanda Sue 42 

Puckett, Gerry 67 

Puckett, Ronald 60, 103 

Raines, Bobby 67, 106 

Raines, Bonnie 74 

Ramey, John Carl 67 

Ramey, Mildred Louise 67 

Ramey, Ralph, Jr 42, 100 

Rasnick, Franklin Delano 67 

Reed, Betty 54, 91 

Reed, Shirley Sue 60, 96 

Reedy, Dale 43, 105, 115 

Reedy, Erma Jo 54, 123 

Reedy, Martha Frances 54, 123 

Reesor, Janice 67, 96 

Renalds, Frances 71 

Reynolds, Barbara 43, 102 

Reynolds, Rex 43, 100, 105 

Rice, Harold C 60, 102, 118 

Rice, Juanita 60 

Richardson, Billy 43, 105, 121 

Riddle, Wilma Jane 60, 95 

Riddle, Winston 60, 101 

Rider, Richard H 96 

Ring, Leo Winston 60 

Ringley, Harold Loyd 67 

Ritchie, Viola D 67 

Roach, Carol Jean 67 

Roach, Eddie 54, 93, 104 

Robbins, Tunis, Jr 61 

Roberts, Mary 67, 98 

Roberts, Roselyn Ann 43 

Roberts, Winnie 43, 90, 92, 95 

Robertson, Barbara 67 

Robinette, Iona Mae 67 

Robinette, Janey Sue 54 

Robinson, Carson N 61 

Robinson, William B 61, 103 



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Rogers, Clarene 43, 102 

Rogers, Norma Sue 67 

Rose, Ray Wilson 118, 121 

Ross, Billy Monroe 67 

Roten, Ruby Myrtle 67, 123 

Rucker, Oscar 54, 105 

Rucker, Ruth Ann 67 

Ruggles, Donald 54, 102, 112 

Runyon, Nell 73 

Rogers, Dorothy 43, 96 

Sammons, Russell 22, 44, 90, 104 

105 

Sanders, Barbara 67, 96 

Sanko, Gladys 44, 95 

Sargent, Jean Budd 93 

Saulmon, James 67 

Saulmon, Patsy Bonits 44 

Sawyer, Hershel Garvin 61 

Saylor, Betty Jean 44, 102 

Saylor, Larry 101 

Scott, Nancy 67, 95 

Scudder, Franklin Clark 67 

Seldomridge, Carl 54, 91, 103, 119 

Sellers, Frederick 54 

Settle, Dorothy 61 

Sexton, Lola F 44, 96, 103 

Shanks, Irvine Lee 112 

Sharp, Duell B 119 

Sheffield, Norma Jean 67 

Shelton, Pete, Jr 105 

Shepherd, Pauline L 63, 67 

Shepherd, Robert J 67 

Sheppard, Charles Ray 61 

Sherrill, Edna Jane 67 

Shields, Robert Carl 67, 93 

Shifflett, Veneda 109 

Shipman, Ruth 44, 93 

Shomo, Barbara Jo 54 

Shook, Toby Ray 106 

Simmons, George Allen 67 

Simpkins, Betty Alice 75 

Simpson, Sylvia Gay 67 

Singleton, Larcenia E 61 

Skaggs, Bronelle 44, 102 

Skeen, Carolyn 61, 95, 103 

Skidmore, Charlotte 44, 103, 108 

Slaven, Cedith 74, 93 

Smith, Clyde S 67 

Smith, Ernest L 61 

Smith, Eva Ann 61, 94, 103 

Smith, Harry 104 

Smith, Jackson D 61, 104 

Smith, June 67 

Smith, Monroe 105 

Smith, Norma Jean 61, 98 

Smith, Peggy 45, 103 

Snapp, Ardle Woody 67 

Snapp, Colleen 57, 61 

Snook, Helen 61 

Solomon, Harold 61 

South, Jayne 61, 96 

Southerlin, Sloan 54, 93 

Spangler, Pat 54, 105 

Sparkmon, Cinda 73 



Spencer, Jean 61, 96 

Spiggle, David 67 

Spiggle, Wayne 51, 54, 101 

Spitzer, Nancy 71 

Splawn, Thelma 54, 104 

Sprinkle, Alice 54, 104, 105, 123 

125 

Stanley, Noland 67, 105 

Stapleton, John 61, 114 

Steely, William 22, 45, 90 

Stephens, Betty 67 

Stephens, Frances 67 

Stephens, Marjorie 96 

Stephenson, Anita 73 

Stevens, Billie 71 

Sailings, Ruth 6i 

Stines, Sadie 73 

Stokes, Maty 61 

Stone, Janet Lois 67 

Stroud, Nina 61 

Sturgill, Ben 54, 96 

Sumpter, Alleen 96 

Surface, Jerrell 45, 93 

Sutherland, Hugh 45, 98 

Suthetland, Betty 54 

Sutphin, Allen 63, 68, 106 

Sutton, Elaine 54 

Suttone, Joseph Paul 68, 102 

Sword, Carl Ed 106 

Tappan, Sally 54, 91, 100 

Taylor, Garnett 68 

Taylor, Lloyd 119 

Taylor, Marion 68 

Taylor, Merry 68 

Taylor, Myrna Lou 92, 103 

Taylor, Nina 61 

Taylor, Pat ^ 73 

Templeton, Pat 54, 123 

Thomas, Don 68, 102 

Thomas, Jesse 45 

Thorns, Pete 20, 45, 93, 94, 100 

118 
Thurman, Arnold .... 45, 114, 118, 119 

Thurston, Dolores 68 

Timberlake, Charles 61, 95 

Tinsley, Barbara 51, 96, 97 

Todd, Vivian 54 

Todd, Willis 108 

Tonne, Beverly 61, 123 

Torrence, June 68, 95 

Toy, Barbara 54 

Toy, Bill 61, 103, 105 

Traylor, Jo 45 

Truesdale, Wally 54, 91, 106 

Tucker, Blaine .... 61, 92, 93, 102, 121 

Tuller, Norma 54, 96 

Tunnell, Louise 54, 125 

Turner, Shirley 68 

Turpin, Juanita 71 

Underwood, Lyle 68, 96 

Urjanis, Ann 68, 95, 101 



Valentine, Glenna 46, 90, 9 

Vance, Loring 46, 105 

Van Cleave, Elizabeth 54 

Van Hoose, Marjorie 68 

Van Horn, Dorthy 61, 102 

Van Sant, Tom 46, 101 

Van Sant, Frances 54 

Van Sant, Joyce 61, 98 

Van Winkle, Bob 46, 100 

Van Winkle, Jimmie 46, 96, 103 

Vecchi, Peggy 46 

Vest, Dick 46 

Vickers, Martha 46, 99 

Vickets, Marlyn 68, 98 

Vinyard, Dan 68 

Wade, Mary Frances 102 

Wade, Nina 68 

Waldrop, Betty Jo 47, 104, 105 

Waldrop, Rubynelle .... 55, 91, 92, 104 

Waldroup, Libby 47, 102 

Walker, Anna 61 

Walker, Ann 61 

Walters, Janece 74, 101 

Ward, Barbara 93, 96 

Ward, Edwina 68 

Warren, Harold : 61, 103, 104 

Washington, Mary 61, 123, 125 

Watkins, Lois 104 

Watkins, Ann 123 

Waycaster, Pansy Ruth 68 

Weaver, Barbara 90 

Webb, Marcella 109 

Weems, Betty Jo 61 

Welch, David 22, 47, 90, 104. 105 

Welch, Paul 68 

Welting, Leon 68, 121 

Wesley, Beveily 47, 103 

Wesley, Helen 47 

Wesley, Lewis 47 

Wesley, Shirley 54 

Wheeler, BUI Ed 47, 98, 104 

Whitaker, Katherine 61 

White, Clarence D 68 

White, Clarence P 106 

White, Don 94 

White, Harry 54, 102 

White, Wendell 55 

Whiteaker, Howard 61 

Whiteside, Maxine 68 

Whitis, Martha 74 

Whitis, Peter 47, 121 

Whitson, Virginia 48, 102, 123 

Wilborn, Maureen 68 

Wilds, Cora 68, 91, 103 

Wilkerson, Mary 93 

Wilkerson, Bob 61, 102 

Willard, Connie 55, 92, 93 

Willard, Shirley 61 

Williams, Joanna 61 

Williams, Ben 48 

Williams, Delores 61, 92 

Williams, Hannah 61 



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Williams, Elizabeth 102 

Williams, Lois 71 

Williams, Bruce 61 

Williams, Ann .... 20, 21, 48, 123, 125 

Wilson, Carolyn 55, 103, 104, 109 

Wilson, Charles 48, 100, 101, 118 

Wilson, Frances 68, 106 

Wilson, Frances 1 74, 123 

Wilson, Howard 68, 101 

Wilson, Mike 61, % 

Wilson, Mary 48, 95, 103 

Winchell, Janice 68 

Winchester, Lester 61, 118 

Wine, Bill 68 

Winston, Dorthy 55, 106 

Wise, Gay 54 

Wise, Leota 68 

Wise, O. C 48, 101 

Wisecup, Shirley 61 

Wolfe, Clara 61 

Wolfe, Bob 61, 101 

Wood, Edith 68 

Wooten, Margaret 55 

Wooters, David 68 

Worfe, Fred 68 

Workman, Jean 68, 95 

Worley, Fred 68 

Wratchford, Gene 61, 92, 93 

Wright, Pat 55, 96 

Wright, Sara 48, 96 

Woong, Kang Hi 50 

Yates, Charles 48, 96, 100 

Yates, Mary Ellen 61 

York, Charles 22, 49, 119 

Zook, Betty 55, 91, 96 

Zook, David 96, 100 



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Abney, Keith 82 

Abney, Marion 82 

Adams, Patty 82 

Allen, Shirley 81, 85 

Anderkin, Gladys 82 

Arnold, Shirley 81, 84 

Asher, Mary 82 

Back, Coleen 82 

Bailey, Betty Lou 82 

Baker, Shirley 82 

Baker, Vernon 82, 84 

Baker, Wilma 81, 85 

Banks, Betty 77, 78 

Baugh, Roger 82 

Belden, Carl 78 

Bennette, Hazel 82 

Bevins, Drema Sue 82 

Biggerstaff, Ruth 81, 85 

Blair, K. Bruce 82, 83 

Blanton, Irene 78 



Bose, David 82 

Bowles, Laura 81, 85 

Brady, James 77, 78, 84 

Brock, Ralph Roy 82, 84 

Broyles, Tommy 77, 78, 84 

Burse, Joyce 81 

Byrd, Caroline 78, 84 

Byrd, Charles 78, 84 

Byrd, Mary E 78, 84 

Caldwell, Margaret 81 

Caldwell, Willie 82 

Campbell, Carl 82 

Campbell, Mary 78 

Campbell, Noah 82 

Cassell, Dennis 82 

Causey, Jean 82 

Causey, Clarence 82 

Chalmers, John 81 

Champ, Phyllis 82 

Chandler, Robert 82 

Chase, William 82 

Childress, Norman 82 

Church, Samuel 83 

Clark, Carl 82 

Clemons, Ima 82 

Coffey, Eleanor 81, 85 

Collins, Mary Rose 71, 82, 84 

Colvin, Casey 84 

Conley, Anna Sue 82 

Conley, Lorene 82 

Cook, Barbara 81 

Cornett, Virginia 82 

Couch, Montana 82 

Cox, Mary Frances 82 

Crawford, Laura 82 

Cress, Celia 82 

Cooley, Wendell 78 

Dash, Raymond 78, 83 

Dean, William 83 

Dow, Amal Faris 82 

Downs, Richard 82 

Elswick, Donna Sue 82 

Estridge, Gilbert 81 

Evans, Rose Mary 82 

Farley, Gladys 81, 84 

Farley, Pearlie 82 

Fee, Beulah 82 

Felty, Kent 78 

Fields, Palmer 82 

Fritts, Robert 82, 84 

Galloway, Samuel 82 

Griffith, Kenneth 82 

Halcomb, Harold 79 

Hall, Margueritte 84 

Hamblen, Anna 82 

Hammons, Mary 82 

Hastings, Connie 82 

Hawthorne, James 83 

Hicks, Louise 82, 84 

Hile, Suzanne 79 

Hile, Terry 82 

Hill, Preston 81 

Holley, Danny 85 



Hoskins, Bill 82, 83 

Howard, Bonnie 82 

Howard, June 82 

Humfleet, Carolyn 79 

Huskisson, Sam 81 

Hutchins, Frank 77, 84, 85 

Hill, Raymond 79 

Ison, Janet 81, 84, 85 

Jenkins, Bobby 82, 85 

Johnson, Leah 79 

Kearns, Lee 77 

Keith, Jean 82 

Kilgore, Eugene 81, 83 

Kilgore, Dan 82, 83 

Kilgore, Gerema 82, 84 

Klein, Elizabeth 81 

Lamb, Jean 82, 84 

Lawless, Marie 82 

Lewis, Gordon 85 

Lewis, Greta 82 

Lewis, Joy Ann 82 

Lewis, Nancy 79, 84 

Lloyd, Claudella 79 

Lovins, Aleda 84 

Luttrell, Floyd 82 

Malott, Dick 82, 84, 85 

Mason, Grace 82 

Mays, Fay 82, 84 

McClanahan, Charles 85 

McClellan, Delores 85 

McClollan, Mary 82 

McCoy, Betty 82 

McCreary, Bill 82, 84 

McCuiston, Dick 82 

McQueen, Charles 81 

Mercer, Bobby 82 

Messer, Flem 82, 84 

Miller, Alan 82 

Miller, Ernest 83 

Miniard, Susan 82, 84 

Mitchell, Ruth 82, 84 

Moore, Gallie 81 

Moore, Mary Lou 79 

Morris, Ken 77, 79, 85 

Moses, Felix 82, 83 

Moses, Matilida 82 

Mitchell, Lee 79, 84 

Muncy, Dale 79 

Napier, John 82 

Neely, Josephine 79, 84, 85 

Newbolt, Lurline 81 

Norman, Gwynne 84 

Noss, Charles 77, 80, 83, 84, 85 

Parris, Ted 80 

Parsons, Charles 83 

Parsons, Ronald 82 

Parsons, Robert Donald 82 

Patrick, Barbara Jean 82 

Patrick, Peggy Sue 82 

Payne, Rex Ford, Jr 83 

Pennington, Owen 82, 84, 85 

Piersall, Jerry 80, 85 

Polly, Mildred 82 

Ponder, Franklin 82 



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Taylor, Don Curtiss 82 

Tester, Dale - 82 

Thacker, Lee Epp 82, 84 

Thompson, Kenneth 80, 84, 85 

Todd, Lois 77, 80 

Todd, Robert 82 

Turner, Ruby 84, 85 

Viars, George William 82 

Wallen, Chestelene 82, 85 

Watkins, Evva Lee SO 

Watson, Rhonda 81 

Webb, Nancy 81 

Williams, Jewel 82 

Williams, Patricia 81 

Williamson, Rhonda 84 

Willis, Barbara Ann 82 

Wolfenberger, Doria 82 

Wriston, Betty Lue 81 

Wine, Marie 80 

Ponder, James J 82 

Powell, Beth 80 

Presnell, Baxter Lynn 82 

Pullins, Edward T 82, 83 

Radford, Connie 81, 85 

Ray, Vera Gayle 82 

Rhodes, Stephen 82 

Richardson, Fay 82, 85 

Roark, James E 83 

Rose, James Lawrence 81 

Ross, Wilton C 77, 80, 83, 85 

Routh, William 83, 85 

Runyon, Carolyn Drue 82, 84 

Ruth, Ina Faye 82 

Sanborne, Kathryn 81, 84 

Sands, Kathryn 81 

Saylor, Jack 82 

Scrivner, Edgar B 82 

Sergent, James 82 

Shackelford, Joe M 82 

Shanklin, Eugenia 81 

Shepard, Betty Joyce 82 

Shepherd, Byrd 83 

Shepherd, Jean 80, 84, 85 

Simons, Juanita M 80, 85 

Simpson, Jerry K 82 

Singleton, Ruby 82 

Smith, Eloise M 80 

Smith, Harold W 82, 84 

Sparks, Hosea Lee 84 

Spurlock, Catherine 84 

Standifer, Betty Imojean 82 

Stegall, Shirley Hope 82 

Stephenson, John 83 

Strunk, William Theodore 83 




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